Institutional Data

Who's hiring Mason students?

Accenture
Amazon / AWS
Apple
CACI
Capital One
Cisco
CITI
CBS News
Deloitte
Disney
General Dynamics
Battelle
NASA
NOAA
International Rescue Committee (IRC)
KPMG
Kaiser Permanente
Lockheed Martin
Marriott International
MITRE
Microsoft
Northrop Grumman
National Wildlife Federation
Nestle
Seimens
Raytheon
RAND
World Bank
INOVA
Fairfax County Schools
Arlington Public Schools
City of Alexandria
Fairfax County Public Schools
INOVA Health System
Washington Nationals
Town of Herndon
VDOT
Arena Stage
Childrens’ National Health System
DC Superior Court
Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA)
WMATA
U.S. Department of Defense
U.S. Department of State
U.S. Navy
U.S. Senate

  • More than 37,000 Students
    Mason's 37,000 students come from all 50 states and 130 countries to form a global community on campus.
  • 140+ Degree Programs
    Mason is made up of 10 schools with over 140 degree programs and concentrations at the bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and professional levels.
  • 84% of Grads Are Going Places!
    84% of the Class of 2020 had a post-graduate plan within 6 months of graduation. This includes employment, graduate school, military, or volunteering.
  • More than 20,000 Students Served Annually by University Career Services
    University Career Services serves more than 20,000 unique students, over 90% of all undergraduate students.

Mason's Impact on the NOVA/DC Workforce

Mason graduates have a significant impact on the business communities of Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., as 92% of all graduates take jobs in VA,MD and DC. Top undergraduate employment industries are education, government, technology, health, consulting, and financial services.

Sources

*Graduate numbers and respondents referenced above do not include Law or Certificate students. The Career Plans Survey was conducted among Class of 2020 graduates in August, December, and May. The full survey was initially administered online by email. Additional data were collected via phone calls, reviews of students’ social media profiles (e.g., LinkedIn), and National Student Clearinghouse Data to determine career outcomes, yielding data from 5,192 of 9,306 graduates. Additional percentages reflect varying numbers of respondents per item. Percentages may not be 100% due to rounding.