NOVA is proud to be partnered with George Mason University and the University of Virginia to assist with successful transfer to these institutions.
NOVA has a strong, long-standing alliance with George Mason University. Mason and NOVA partnered to help NOVA students achieve their goal to transfer to Mason in an efficient and timely way. We have made it possible through coordination between the schools on transfer policies, enhanced advising and acceptance of equivalent courses to offer students a seamless transfer process. In addition, administrators and faculty from the two institutions worked together to define course transfer and to develop new curricula. Each year, thousands of students successfully transfer from NOVA to George Mason University. With their exceptionally diverse student bodies and several campuses near one another, Mason provides an excellent opportunity for NOVA students who want to stay in Northern Virginia while pursuing their baccalaureate.
The Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) program is a part-time, undergraduate degree program that allows students to take classes in the evenings and on weekends at the Alexandria Campus. It is exclusively for students who have completed 60 credits, at least 15 of which have been earned at NOVA. In the Fall of 2012, these classes will also be offered at the Loudoun Campus. This transfer program, which is offered through the UVa School of Continuing and Professional Studies, builds on students' previous college work and offers liberal arts courses that promote critical thinking and analytical skills. Classes are taught by faculty from the University of Virginia. Applications are accepted for fall and spring admission.
- Northern Virginia Community College's Successfully Partners with UVa's BIS Program - 2013
- UVA BIS Success at the Loudoun Campus - 2012
- UVA BIS in the News - 2010
- Spring 2014 Information Sessions
BIS Contact at NOVA
By appointment only at the Alexandria and Loudoun Campuses.