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The Raymond A. Mason School of Business recognizes that students enrolled in our online graduate business programs are highly engaged professionals, and their aim is the means to enrich and accelerate their careers. Both our Online MBA and Online Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) are designed to offer the skill sets, knowledge and experiential tools students may need to achieve these goals, but we are also committed to providing support beyond the classroom.
Through our Graduate Career Management Center and exclusive alumni services, the Raymond A. Mason School of Business delivers a robust suite of tools that can aid in job searches, interview preparation, networking and more.
"I realized the tools that were available to me, the resources, the people, the connections and my classmates have made it a really enjoyable experience."
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William & Mary takes great pride in offering an Online MBA education that is truly unique. Rooted in centuries of tradition but looking forward toward the future of business, this program makes use of the specific capabilities and conveniences of online edu...Read More
In 2019, it is fairly uncontroversial to argue that one of a company’s most significant assets is its data. Whether this refers to data collected from market research, through internal reporting, directly from consumers or via any other means, the strength, reliability and security of data is vita...Read More
Conflict in the workplace can arise from many sources, from philosophically grounded differences of opinion regarding business strategy to simple clashes between strong personalities. Conflict itself is not always a bad thing: Important business decisions are often made as a result of competing id...Read More
No matter what industry you work in or what level you're at in your career, you could benefit from the guidance of a professional mentor. Mentorship is a calling for a certain kind of talented business veteran who understands that passing down the lessons they have learned through years of experie...Read More
Over the past decade, social media use has become increasingly ubiquitous, with 72 percent of Americans indicating that they are active on at least one social media platform.1 In this connected environment—and particularly since the rise of smartphones has placed these platforms literally at our...Read More