William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business has launched an online Master of Accounting (MAcc), focusing on the intersection of the detail-oriented analytical skills and executive decision-making necessary to prepare bold, data-oriented business leaders.
In early March, over 100 Online MBA (OMBA) and Online Master of Science in Marketing (OMSM) students gathered at Miller Hall and virtually for the Spring 2022 Residency Weekend experience.
Increasing public pressure about the affordability of graduate education has caused many university administrators and faculty members to pay attention to what they charge students. One area where colleges have had success in reducing expenses for students is the cost of textbooks and using Open Educational Resources or OERs to supplement learning materials.
The OMSF aligns with the Center’s strategic goal of delivering accelerated, specialized master-level business programs built from the ground up using market demands to dictate the content and skill development to benefit working professional students and employers alike.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business launched its online MBA degree in the fall of 2015 with a diverse cohort of 49 professionals led by a set of accomplished faculty members who up until then, had taught strictly in William & Mary’s residential undergraduate and graduate business programs.
In a continued effort to be at the forefront of offering innovative and relevant graduate-level online degree programs, the Center for Online Learning at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business has launched a new Online Master’s in Marketing for the fall 2020 session.
William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business launched the first of its online graduate business programs in the fall of 2015 with an inaugural cohort of 49 online MBA students.
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced the physical closure of colleges and universities across the nation, William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business was positioned to make the unprecedented transition to a remote learning environment due to its Center for Online Learning.
Students enrolled in William & Mary’s new Online Master’s in Marketing program will be among the first in the school to leverage the use of a new collaborative technology called Miro.