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The B.S. in Information Technology degree program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

George Mason University is designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cyber Defense Research and Education.

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Registration Errors/Overrides

The registrar has posted detailed information on course registration.

Common Registration Errors

  • PREQ and TEST SCORE ERROR – You must receive an override from the Department if you are eligible to take the course.
  • REPEAT HOURS EXCEED – You are required to meet with Dr. Khondkar Islam, Associate Chair, before the override is given. He can be reached by email at kislam2@gmu.edu.
  • TIME CONFLICT – We are unable to provide an override. Instead, you must complete the Time Conflict Form (http://registrar.gmu.edu/wp-content/uploads/TC.pdf), which requires signatures from both course instructors. This form must be returned to the Registrar’s Office for processing.

If you believe you should be able to register for a course complete the form below. You must complete the form once for each course you are requesting an override. Please do not put more than one request per form submitted.

Please allow up to 3 business days for processing.

Override Request Form

 * indicates required field
Your G Number is your 9-character identification number that starts with a capital G and is followed by 8 digits (numbers)
The department only issues overrides for courses starting with AIT (Grad Courses), IT (Undergrad Courses), and SYST 469. We are unable to issue overrides for any other department (e.g. MATH). For overrides to courses starting with MATH (e.g. MATH 108), contact Christine Amaya at camaya@gmu.edu.
Enter the 3-digit course number (e.g. 104 for IT 104)

Prerequisites/Corequisites for courses are based on the academic year the course is taught – not your program catalog year. Your program catalog year provides the list of courses you are required to take to complete your degree.

Link to current prerequisite/corequisite requirements (Click to view)