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SAFE RETURN TO CAMPUS

Spring semester begins Monday, January 25, with a mix of in-person instruction and expanded online classes. Visit Mason’s Safe Return to Campus Plan for COVID-19 updates.

George Mason University and Georgetown campuses

A unique pathway to the health professions offered jointly by George Mason University and Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC).

GeorgeSquared (Advanced Biomedical Sciences) is a partnership between George Mason and Georgetown Universities that offers a nine-month pre-health preparatory, graduate-level program designed to help qualify students for medical, dental, or other health professional schools.

GeorgeSquared Biomedical Sciences Program Class of 2018

In This Program

Virtual Open House / Online Information Session

Get your specific questions answered and attend an online information session, view our current Open House and Recruiting Schedule.

Graduate Student Profile

James Steven Castro Argueta, CERG - ABS, 2020 Graduate of the GeorgeSquared program summarizes his experience after receiving an Outstanding Student Award.
James Steven Castro Argueta

Visit Us On Campus

  • GeorgeSquared Department Main Office

    Katherine G. Johnson Hall, Suite 308, SciTech Campus

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Katherine G. Johnson Hall

Challenging Curriculum

Taught and administered by faculty from the Georgetown University Medical Center and George Mason University, this program provide a pathway to complete full master’s degrees at Georgetown or George Mason.

Advanced Biomedical Sciences students at graduation

Why the Biomedical Sciences Program?

65% success rate

2/3 of our students are admitted to a health professional school program within 2 years of completing our program.

80+ schools attended

Our alumni attend a wide range of medical, dental, and PA programs.

20+ languages spoken

Diverse student body with an average class size of 100 students to include representation from throughout the US and abroad.

Preparation for Success

Knowledgeable professors and support faculty provide personalized advising in addition to preparation for professional examinations  and study strategies (MCAT, DAT, GRE). Students take courses that are offered in traditional lecture format or small group hybrid format.

GeorgeSquared students in a study group

Supportive Community

Mason’s small, friendly Science and Technology campus and the GeorgeSquared cohort offers many student-initiated community service and professional development programs. There’s also a large alumni network to help connect you to opportunities. See where GeorgeSquared can take you.

GeorgeSquared students volunteering

Advanced Biomedical Sciences Program (GeorgeSquared) News & Events

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College of Science Accolades: August – September 2020

Karen Akerlof, Environmental Science and Policy, was awarded $44,996 for “Testing Strategies to Encourage Sun Protection Behaviors that Protect Visitors and Aquatic Ecosystems” by the National Park Service.

Events

Calendar
Jan22

GeorgeSquared - Online Information Session

Jan 22, 2021/11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Thank you for your interest in attending an online information session with the GeorgeSquared program. 

Apr21

10th Annual College of Science Undergraduate Research Colloquium

Apr 21, 2021/1:00 - 3:00 PM

This virtual event will be held via a unique space created in gather.town. You can learn more about this platform here: https://gather.town.  Posters will be on display beginning April 16 and remain available until the end of Spring semester. Student presenters will be expected to be present to talk with judges during the two hour event on April 21.

The College of Science and STEM Accelerator are pleased to announce the Call for Presentations for the 10th Annual Undergraduate Research Colloquium. The purpose of this event is to showcase the variety of undergraduate research projects in the College to other students and faculty.

Apr21

10th Annual College of Science Undergraduate Research Colloquium

Apr 21, 2021/1:00 - 3:00 PM

This virtual event will be held via a unique space created in gather.town. You can learn more about this platform here: https://gather.town.  Posters will be on display beginning April 16 and remain available until the end of Spring semester. Student presenters will be expected to be present to talk with judges during the two hour event on April 21.

The College of Science and STEM Accelerator are pleased to announce the Call for Presentations for the 10th Annual Undergraduate Research Colloquium. The purpose of this event is to showcase the variety of undergraduate research projects in the College to other students and faculty.