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Marymount Reston Offers Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Program in Fall 2014
Discounted Fee for MU Alumni, Students and University Partners. Registration begins July 1>>

Fall 2014 Liberal Arts Core Courses at Marymount Reston

Marymount students can take advantage of required undergraduate Liberal Arts Core offerings at the Reston Center.
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Beginning in Fall 2014, Marymount’s Reston Center will offer courses required for the university’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program with a schedule specifically-designed for students transferring from other institutions.
 
UVa Grad Certificate + Marymount = Your Master's Degree

University of Virginia's School of Continuing and Professional Studies and the Marymount School of Business Administration have established a graduate-level transfer partnership. Learn More>>

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Miller Analogies Test (MAT) Now Available at Marymount Reston
Standardized admission test offered monthly>>


ABOUT THE RESTON CENTER
Marymount’s Reston Center offers a convenient student-centered learning environment, designed to meet your needs. Both undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs prepare you for leadership and professional success.
 
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Reston Center
1861 Wiehle Avenue,
Suite 110
Reston, Virginia
T: (703) 284-5770
F: (703) 284-5774
reston@marymount.edu

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Dr. Bridget May
Assistant Chair and Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Interior Design; Professor of Interior Design

Dr. Bridget May teaches history and research in Marymount’s undergraduate and graduate Interior Design programs. A former chair of the department, she is a faculty sponsor of the Interior Design Alliance...