The George Mason University Department of Mathematical Sciences's partnership with Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) offers exceptionally talented high school students the opportunity to earn advanced university-level mathematics credit. All courses are taught by Mason affiliate faculty and are offered on-site in FCPS high schools.
The credit process must be completed during the semester the course is taken in high school. You may not retroactively receive credit after the deadline.
- Current FCPS junior or senior enrolled in the courses below at your high school
- Minimum 3.25 FCPS GPA
- Meet the application deadline, course registration form, and payment submission deadline
- Online application and $70 application processing fee
- Course credit payment
Participating Courses of Instruction - Fall 2023
|All||Math 213 - Multivariable Calculus|
|Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology||Math 214 - Elementary Differential Equations
Math 411 - Complex Analysis
|Robinson Secondary School||Math 203 - Linear Algebra|
If you are unsure of which course you are completing, consult your math teacher before applying.
Fall 2023 Application Process
|Priority Deadline||October 20, 2023|
|Final Deadline||October 27, 2023|
- Visit Mason's Online Application Portal
- Click on "Sign Up"
1. Sign up with the student's first name, last name, and email address
**Please DO NOT use the parent’s email address or the student’s school email address.
- An email will be sent to you with a temporary password link
- Click on the link provided to create a unique password
- Click on "Start New Application"
After completing the steps above, you will be logged in to the application. Complete the information required for each section and click “SAVE” to identify any errors or “SAVE & CONTINUE” to move forward in the application. The computer system will alert you if there are any missing portions of that page.
2. Complete Mason’s online application
- Use these guidelines to complete the application correctly.
- You must pay a $70 application fee when submitting the application.
Dual enrollment admission or registration WILL NOT be accepted or processed after the October 27 deadline
- Visit the Mason Marketplace to complete your fall 2023 registration and submit payment.
- Click on the course you wish to take (the price will reflect when payment is submitted)
- Hit "Add to Cart"
- Fill out the form and hit "Continue"
- Check information for accuracy and hit "Checkout"
- Enter your email address to receive payment confirmation
- Fill out payment information
- Hit "Continue"
- Review order and then hit "Submit Order"
- Receipt will be produced
Tuition rate is determined by which deadline applicants submit their Mason application, registration form, and payment.
|Priority: Friday, October 20||$425|
|Final: Friday, October 27||$550|
For these dual enrollment courses to be fully accepted by colleges, students MUST actually complete all steps in the application process and receive Mason credit. Colleges will typically not count these courses as pre-requisites unless the student has the credits on a college transcript.
Credit is NOT be awarded retroactively. It is only awarded during the semester in which the class is taken.
Taking Additional Courses at Mason:
After taking dual enrollment courses, if students wish to take a higher-level course on Mason’s campus or online, this is considered a non-degree course and students must fill out the Mason non-degree application and follow that process. The cost for this course will be the same as a typical Mason course.
All college credit pre-requisites must be met to take these higher-level courses. Students must complete the entire application process during the semester in which they take their dual-enrollment course to receive college credit.
Contact Dual Enrollment at Mason at email@example.com.