Online MBA Courses for Fall 2016

For the first time, Marymount MBA students can choose convenient online-only options for required course offerings. Fall 2016 courses include:

MBA 511 Management Foundations

MBA 512 Accounting for Managers

MBA 514 Business Analytics

If you are interested in registering for these courses, please contact your academic adviser. For more information about course schedules, visit Marymount’s online scheduling system Marynet.

Transfers Welcome at Marymount Reston

A Convenient Option for the Student-On-The-Go

034close croppedTransfer students: Take advantage of the Reston Center, Marymount University’s convenient location in Fairfax County with easy access to neighboring areas. If you are a student from Falls Church, Manassas, Sterling or other nearby locations, you will find our site accessible from the Dulles Toll Road, Route 66 or Route 7. Marymount Reston offers free and ample parking as well.

reston stationWe are also close to the Reston Station on Metro’s Silver Line. How close? We are literally right across the street!

Our late afternoon and evening class schedules fit nicely into your busy life. We offer both liberal arts core courses required for graduation as well as courses from Marymount’s School of Business Administration.

Our student lounge and computer lab mean that you can study and relax between classes.

staff062416Questions? Contact Marymount Reston Executive Director Larry Hoffman at or 571-422-6438.

Fall 2016 BBA Courses at Marymount Reston

Marymount’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) students can take advantage of evening offerings from the Reston Center in Fall 2016. Reston BBA courses begin August 29.

FIN 301 Financial Management
Thursdays 6:30-9:15pm
The fundamentals of business finance, including financial analysis, planning, and control; management of working capital; analysis of long-term investment opportunities; and examination of internal and external sources of financing. Prerequisites: ACT 202. (3)

LA 249 Business Law II
Wednesdays 6:30PM-9:15pm

A study of the law relating to the development and operations of partnerships, limited liability companies, and corporations, and of the government agencies that regulate business. Prerequisite: LA 248. (3)

MGT 291 Business Communication
Tuesdays 6:30-9:15pm

Focuses on the skills and approaches people in the business environment must have to communicate effectively at work. Emphasizes writing in a variety of formats, preparing and delivering business presentations, writing in teams, negotiating and interpersonal communication skills, and spending 40 percent of one’s time with every writing/speaking assignment engaged in editing and revision. Requires successful demonstration in the use of today’s technology to communicate with a variety of business audiences. Knowledge of PowerPoint required. Prerequisite: EN 102. Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: WI. (3)

MSC 345 Project Management
Tuesdays, 6:30-9:15pm
An introduction to the concepts, methods, and applications of project management as practiced by government and private industry. Students will become acquainted with the quantitative tools used in project management and with computer-based software tools. The course will also focus on the managerial and behavioral aspects of project management. (3)

For more information about any course descriptions or class meeting times, visit Marynet.

Reston Center Offers Praxis Core Math Workshops in April

 -Discounts for Marymount students, alums and applicants-


Marymount is pleased to offer a 12-hour PRAXIS CORE MATH WORKSHOP program at the university’s Reston Center location. Discounts are available for Marymount stakeholders!

WHAT: Preparation for Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators: Mathematics (5732)
WHERE: Marymount University Reston Center, Reston, VA
1861 Wiehle Avenue #110
Reston, VA 20190
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Lynn Gardner, MGM Tutoring
WHEN: Program Meeting Dates (Registrants will attend all sessions)
9am – 12pm
Saturday, April 2, 2016
Saturday, April 9
Saturday, April 16
Saturday, April 23

The Praxis Series® tests are taken by individuals entering the teaching profession as part of the certification process required by many states and professional licensing organizations. In Virginia, qualifying scores on the Praxis (as well as other tests) are required to gain teaching licensure in the state. For more information visit:

Registration Fee Per Participant
Standard Rate                                             $200
Marymount student/alumnus                       $150
Marymount applicant                                   $150

Required Additional Materials
Core Math Made Easy purchased at Choose from the electronic version ($35) or hard copy ($50). This cost is in addition to the registration fee.

To register and submit payment, select your option below.
Questions? Contact Stephanie Hinnenkamp,, (703) 284-5770



Two New Certification Prep Bootcamps Offered at Marymount Reston Center

Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) Certification Prep
(Five-Day Bootcamp)
November 30-December 4, 2015   |   8:30 am-4:30 pm   |   Instructor-led Classroom or Virtual
This intensive 5-day CISSP Certification Bootcamp is designed for information security leaders who possess the depth and breadth of expertise necessary to establish holistic security programs to assure the protection of their organizations’ information assets. Those who achieve CISSP certification are information assurance professionals who define the architecture, design, management and/or controls that assure security of business environments. Critical topics in security, including risk management, cloud computing, and mobile/application development security are also covered.

Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification Prep
(Four-Day Bootcamp)
December 7-10, 2015   |   8:30 am-4:30 pm   |   Instructor-led Classroom or Virtual
Our intensive 4-day PMP Bootcamp covers all knowledge and process areas in the guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, 5th Edition. Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification is a globally recognized certification and the most respected project management certification today. Your ability as a project manager to demonstrate best practices in project management—both at work and through professional certification—is becoming the standard to compete in today’s fast-paced and highly technical workplace. This course is pre-approved for the 35 contact hours required for the PMP exam application.

Both courses are offered by TASC Management Corporation. Each student who completes the course will receive a Certificate of Course Completion.

For more information on the course including descriptions or class meeting times, visit TASC Management Corporation’s Website or call us directly at (703) 310-7760 and mention that you’re a Marymount Student/Alumni.

EC-Council’s Certified Ethical Hacker Bootcamp Available October 26-30 at Marymount Reston

Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) Certification Prep (5-day Bootcamp)
October 26-30, 2015   |   8:30 am-4:30 pm

The Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification program is a leading information security training program for information security professionals. The objective of the certification is to evaluate a person’s skills as a capable, up-to-date and self-sufficient security tester. This course will immerse you into the hacker mindset so that you will be able to defend against future attacks. Certification involves passing a challenging examination, requiring knowledge of skills acquired by hacking and assessing the vulnerabilities of systems using a wide range of tools and techniques.

This course is offered by TASC Management Corporation. Each student who completes the course will receive a Certificate of Course Completion.

For more information on the course including descriptions or class meeting times, visit TASC Management Corporation’s Website or call us directly at (703) 310-7760 and mention that you’re a Marymount Student/Alumni.

Is Mentoring at Myth? Find Out October 13 at Marymount Arlington

The Human Resource Management (HRM) programs at Marymount invite you to wine, cheese and this hot topic discussion:

Mentoring: A Myth?

with Dr. Bill Combs, author, “Mentoring: Based on a Myth?” in Handbook of Human Resource Development

Where: Marymount University Reinsch Library
            2807 North Glebe Road
            Arlington, VA 22207

When: Tuesday, October 13, 5:30-7:30pm

Email: Kat at