MSC 545 Project Management Offered in Fall 2015 at Marymount Reston

Marymount’s graduate students in the School of Business Administration can take advantage of this course at the Reston Center in Fall 2015:

MSC 545 Project Management
Tuesday 6:30-9:15pm

Combines quantitative tools, concepts, and methods behavioral science techniques to enable managers to plan, initiate, organize, lead, and manage projects within matrix and project organizations, and under time pressure, rapid change conditions, and other conditions of rush.

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

Fall 2015 BBA Courses from Marymount Reston

Marymount’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) students can take advantage of evening offerings from the Reston Center in Fall 2015. Summer Reston BBA courses occur between August 31 and December 19, 2015.

FIN 301 Financial Management
Tuesdays 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 248 Business Law I
Wednesday 6:30PM-9:15pm

A study of the rights and relationships involved in the laws of contracts, sales and agency, including the Uniform Commercial Code. Prerequisite: MGT 123. (3)

MSC 345 Project Management
Tuesday 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.

Summer 2015 BBA Courses from Marymount Reston

Marymount’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) students can take advantage of offerings from the Reston Center in Summer 2015. Courses include a convenient evening course as well as two online courses. Summer Reston BBA courses occur between May 18 and August 1, 2015.

LA 249 Business Law II
Tuesdays – 6-10pm
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 304 Organizational Management
A study of behavior in organizations and influences of individual, group, and organizational processes on performance. Among the topics that will be introduced are interpersonal perception, motivation, group and team dynamics, decision-making, influence and conflict, interpersonal communication, and organizational cultures. For students completing a Bachelor of Business Administration, a minimum grade of C is required to continue in the program. Prerequisite: MGT 123 or EN 102. (3)

MKT 485 International Marketing
Lectures, discussion, and case studies are used to understand international and multinational marketing. Specific topics include the importance of culture, international marketing groups, channel structures, and ethical issues. Prerequisite: MKT 301. Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: GP. (3)

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

Family-Friendly Science Activities Abound at Marymount Reston’s FREE STEAM Day on April 18

Your family is invited to participate in hands-on science activities during our Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) Day at Marymount University’s Reston Center. Join us for this free event on Saturday, April 18 from 10am to 12pm.

Stomp Rockets

Parents and children can take part in a wide array of fun scientific projects and experiments from “Stomp Rockets” to “Vanishing Water”. The kids are hands-on scientists in our Reston Center laboratories, learning various STEAM principles as they visit each activity station.


Vanishing Water

The event is hosted by Marymount University’s student chapter of the International Association for STEM Leaders (IASL). Members include current Marymount students seeking degrees in K-12 Education. These students will be on-hand to advise and supervise young scientists.

Marymount Reston is adjacent to Metro’s Wiehle Reston East Station on the Silver Line. For directions to the Center, visit:

Reston Center Offers Praxis Core Math Workshops

 -Discounts for Marymount students, alums, applicants and employees-


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
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Lynn Gardner, MGM Tutoring
WHEN: Program Meeting Dates (Registrants will attend all sessions)
Friday, April 17, 6-9PM
Friday, April 24, 6-9PM
Friday, May 8, 6-9PM
Saturday, May 9, 9am-12pm.

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
Marymount employee                                  $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. Must be purchased no later than April 16th.

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



Gain Admission to Marymount Reston’s Business Program on March 17

On-Site Admissions for Marymount BBA Students

Schedule an appointment to meet with a representative from Marymount University and walk away with an admissions decision!

  • Tuesday, March 17, 2015
  • NVCC – Loudoun Campus
  • 1-3 p.m. in LR 256A

Interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree and transferring to Marymount University?  Then this event is for you!

To participate, please submit a completed application packet to Hugh Miller or Rita Snyder-Furr, Transfer Counselors, Suite LR253, by 5:00, Friday, March 13, 2015.  After all required materials are submitted, students will be contacted to schedule an appointment.  Marymount will waive the $40 application fee for all participants.

A complete packet includes:

  1. Completed Transfer Admission Application (paper or online submission accepted) For online submission, please provide a copy of the application and the email confirmation.
  2. Official transcripts from NVCC and any other college or university attended.
  3. Letter of Recommendation from dean of students, college professor or employer.

Questions?  Contact Stephanie Hinnenkamp, or 703-284-5772