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George Mason University
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George Mason University

Amazing Location

Washington D.C.: The Capital of Statistics

Mason Engineering's Department of Statistics is located 20 miles from Washington, D.C., in the heart of a region densely packed with statisticians who work for the federal government, the biomedical industry, and private companies.

downtown Washington D.C.

Studying statistics at Mason provides access to a vibrant job market, as well as the chance to visit a variety of cultural and historic sites.

As a student in our department, you'll enjoy the best of both worlds: a beautiful wooded campus in a metropolitan area rich with opportunities. You'll have access to internships, jobs, research, and entertainment that only a city like Washington, D.C., can provide.

Students and graduates from our department work with:

We have networking opportunities through our advisory board and alumni.

Easy Access to Cultural and Entertainment Options

Get to the nation’s capital by taking our free shuttles to the Metro. Visit world-class museums, attend live theater and concerts, or become a fan of one of the local sports teams. There are three major airports in the region: Dulles International, Ronald Reagan Washington National, and Baltimore Washington International, as well as access to trains at Union Station in Washington, D.C., and Alexandria, Virginia. You can also catch buses at Union Station.

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