William and Mary School of Business

Undergraduate Business

You're not one-dimensional, so why should your education be?

While other business schools tell you what you should do, we challenge our students to imagine what they can do with their business education.  At the Mason School of Business of The College of William & Mary, we want you to explore and develop your strengths and talents -- in business and beyond.

An Individual Program of Study (IPS) gives you the freedom to design a program that fits who you are and prepares you to shape the world.  Your IPS will enable you to pursue a variety of different paths and challenge you to integrate your interests, strengths, and aspirations. Our team of faculty and staff are here to support you throughout your IPS.

With your Individual Program of Study (IPS) you can:

  • Study in more than one area of Business.  Major in one business discipline and pursue a concentration in another. 

  • Combine Business with the Arts & Sciences on campus. Double major or minor in another field of study at William & Mary.

  • Internationalize your Business Education.  Each major is designed so that students can study abroad the spring semester of their junior year and still graduate on time.  An International Emphasis will enhance your study abroad experience with international business coursework. 

  • Internships, Career Planning, and Graduate School.  From summer internships to getting you ready for graduate school or your first job, we can give you the tools needed to find the opportunity that is right for you.  

  • Research Opportunities and Faculty Mentoring.  Students may develop and pursue research projects for academic credit according to their interests and with the guidance of faculty.

  • Leadership Experiences. From within the business school and throughout campus, students can develop their leadership potential inside the classroom as well as in organizations of their interest.

The Undergraduate Program at the Mason School of Business is accredited by the AACSB.