One-credit career-readiness courses

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Whether your student is exploring a major and career options, or preparing for graduation, career education courses are a great way to help them get closer to their career goals while earning academic credit! These goal-oriented courses offer in-depth career planning guidance at all stages, from exploring majors to transitioning to the workplace.

George Mason University has a robust Career Education Program comprised of five, one-credit career courses, taught by employers and career advisors, and overseen by University Career Services and the Mason Care Network. These courses are instrumental in helping your student make decisions pivotal to education and career readiness.

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