Current CEIE undergraduates are referred to the following forms for advising, course credit, courses taken at other institutions, etc. Other standard forms may be found here
1. Bachelor’s / Accelerated Master’s Transition Form
This form, once approved, allows undergraduate students, who have been accepted into an “accelerated” program, to designate how graduate level courses taken, while an undergraduate, will be applied toward their Master’s program as either Advanced Standing” or “Reserve Graduate Credit.”
2. Graduate Course for Undergraduate Credit
An undergraduate is granted permission to enroll in a graduate course (numbered 500 or above) to earn credit applicable to an undergraduate degree in accordance with the provision of the George Mason University Catalog.
3. Individualized Section Form
For Independent Study, Thesis, Internship, and Directed Reading Registration
4. Study Elsewhere
Permission to Study at Another Regionally Accredited U.S. Institution
5. Substitution/Waiver Form:
To request that a requirement in a student’s academic program be met by: 1) a transfer course even though not considered equivalent to a Mason course, or 2) a Mason course not usually applied to meet the requirement. Also to request that, on some clearly-detailed basis, a requirement in the student’s academic program be waived. (Does not waive or give credit hours.)
6. Transfer Credit Inquiry Form
Use this form if you are missing any transfer credit from your evaluation. This includes credit by exam such as AP, IB or CLEP. Be certain that you have requested official, final transcripts to be sent to the Office of Admissions and are knowledgeable about our credit acceptance policies before submitting this form.
7. Transfer Credit Re-Evaluation Appeal Form
Use this form if you were awarded elective credit for a particular course and wish to have it re-evaluated for as potentially equivalent to a specific Mason course.
8. Minor Declaration
9. Change of Major
10. Late Graduation Application
Complete this form if:
- You are currently enrolled in your final semester,
- You intend to graduate at the end of this semester, and
- The online graduation application is no longer available.