By the Numbers: Costello College of Business



George Mason University's Donald G. Costello College of Business (CCB) officially launched on November 1, 2023. Much has chaned in the college since its humble beginnings in 1977 as the Department of Business Administration offering classes on the university's North Campus. Let's take a look.




BACHELOR OF SCIENCE CONCENTRATIONS in accounting, business analytics, finance, financial planning and wealth management, management, management information systems, marketing, and operations and supply chain management



OF STUDENTS participated in at least one experiential learning opportunity last year



OF CCB ALUMNI live and work within a 50-mile radius of Fairfax

14 minors
7 Graduate degree programs including a PhD
7 certificate programs
5561 students; 122 full-time faculty; 82 adjunct faculty; 36K alumni


EMPLOYERS engage with students through industry panels, networking events, and career and internship fairs



STUDENTS participate in on-campus interviews with employers each year

Outline of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Text reads "One of the largest business schools in Virginia"
1 in 4 Mason undergraduates take a business course
Text "4 Centers" above images of four different buildings
  • Greg and Camille Baroni Center for Government Contracting
  • Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship
  • Center for Retail Transformation



This content appears in the Spring 2024 print edition of the Mason Spirit Magazine.