The Department of Health Administration and Policy offers graduate and undergraduate programs that prepare individuals with state of the art technical and humanistic skills to serve as leaders, managers, consultants, and health policy advisors in a variety of settings.
Graduates work as technical experts and managers of health service and assisted living organizations, health information systems, and as health policy analysts, in public and private health/social service systems; legislative arenas and public health agencies; health services research, management and policy-related trade and consumer organizations; and health sector accreditation/regulatory organizations.
The College of Health and Human Services prepares graduates to function as professionals in multidisciplinary environments and on interdisciplinary teams. Graduates of our programs provide leadership, care, and services to individuals, families, and communities and work as researchers, technical experts, managers and consultants in a variety of health, social service and health information technology organizations and public health policy entities.
For over 15 years, the Center’s mission has been to study domestic and international health policy, articulate public policy issues and foster policy solutions to health care challenges. The Center engages a wide range of health policy experts and stakeholders to examine the complex forces affecting health care delivery. Activities range from traditional scholarship and research to innovative educational programming, health policy analysis, health care ethics, and groundbreaking projects and initiatives.
The Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities (KIHd) is an interdisciplinary campus based organization that focuses on the mission statement,”improving the lives and productivity of persons with disabilities.” KIHd combines the resources of George Mason University (GMU) with local, state, regional, national, public, and private sector agencies and organizations to develop products, services, and programs for persons with disabilities.
Ideally suited for business meetings and training, the Herndon Training Center at CIT consists of small to medium sized rooms, which hold anywhere from 6-35 people. Our tiered classroom contains state of the art equipment, which allow laptop presentations, as well as videotaped presentations, and the recording of training sessions. Additional site benefits include: complimentary covered parking and a full service cafeteria on the lower level.
The Higher Education Program offers four graduate degrees and one certificate. Over 100 graduates are now contributing to the academic, administrative, and pedagogical activities in community colleges, four-year colleges, and universities around the globe.
The Hillel Jewish Student Association’s webpage contains information about Jewish events on the George Mason campus, including weekly Shabbat gatherings, as well as lists of synagogues in the Northern Virginia area and links to Jewish groups and Jewish web resources.
The Hispanic Culture Review publishes stories, poems, and essays pertaining to Hispanic culture. Their website contains information for contributors and publishes issues of the journal in online form.
This departmental site provides faculty directories and full descriptions of undergraduate and graduate programs, including class listings, internship opportunities, announcements,and research links.
The University Libraries invites you to learn more about the founding, history, and traditions of George Mason University. This site contains seven exhibits representing eras in the University’s development, featuring digitized documents, photographs, video, audio, and other artifacts from the University Archives.
This site provides information on George Mason University’s upcoming homecoming events.
The Honors College provides academically talented students in all majors with an enriched academic and social environment that enhances their college experience.
This site includes information regarding hotels in close proximity of each Mason campus. The official hotel and conference of George Mason University is The Mason Inn located on the Fairfax Campus.
This site provides information about the various housing application processes, descriptions of the on-campus student residences, contact information for Housing and Residence Life staff, how to submit maintenance tickets for the residence halls, information for camps and conferences seeking summer housing, and information about employment opportunities with the Office of Housing and Residence Life.
This helper site gives an in-depth description about how to create a home page at GMU and includes information on HTML coding and Unix permissions. Also provided are several HTML reference links.
This site includes announcements, Human Resources forms and materials, information about GMU faculty benefits, training workshops, and current lists of employment opportunities. The most recent update provides a new structure and graphical look.
The institute assists undergraduates and graduates who have a special interest in individual liberty. This site includes programs for students, IHS publications, and related web links.
The George Mason University Vision Series sheds light on the real world research and creativity that takes place every day on Mason’s distributed campus. A chance to share the frontiers of scholarship from practitioners across a broad spectrum of work, the series inspires lively discussion among students, faculty, staff, and the wider reaches of the community. These free events are held on Mason’s Manassas campus in the comfortable and accessible Hylton Performing Arts Center’s Merchant Hall. Each lecture is followed by an informal reception with the speaker.
The Hylton Performing Arts Center entertains, educates, and enriches the Northern Virginia community by providing diverse and accessible arts experiences in state-of-the-art venues. The Hylton Performing Arts Center, through community partnerships, will create an exciting, stimulating, vital arts experience that expands cultural awareness, and integrates the arts into the region’s social, economic and community fabric.