The Commonwealth Graduate Engineering Program (CGEP) is a collaborative graduate program that offers graduate engineering programs for students at receiver sites throughout the Commonwealth. Our Stafford and Dahlgren are two such receiver sites. Read more about options at our Dahlgren campus.
The UMW Master of Science in Geospatial Analysis (MSGA) program offered through the Department of Geography is one of just two such programs in Virginia. Through the MSGA program you will master geospatial technology and critically assess data and results to ask and answer spatial questions. Learn more about our MSGA program.
UMW’s College of Business offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program for working professionals, and also has a highly attractive accelerated Eagle 4+1 MBA program. The 4+1 Program is designed to accommodate any UMW undergraduate major.
Engineering – Volgenau School of Engineering at GMU
Due to an agreement with George Mason University, UMW students have an accelerated pathway to a Master of Science degree from the Volgenau School of Engineering (VSE) at George Mason University. Students express interest through an interest form available from the Assistant Dean of Arts and Sciences at UMW. Approved students enroll as non-degree students in VSE during their senior year at UMW and may take up to 9-credits of graduate level coursework in one of several programs including Applied Information Technology, Computer Science, Data Analytics Engineering, Operations Research, Statistics, and Systems Engineering. Upon completion of their senior year at UMW, students in the program can use their earned credits from GMU as electives at UMW, and can then matriculate to GMU’s Volgenau School of Engineering having already completed nine credits toward a Master of Science degree program. In most cases, students will be able to earn their MS in only one year after graduation from UMW.