Mason School of Business
Renamed Raymond A. Mason School of Business in 2014
Coordinates: 37°15′59″N 76°43′06″W / 37.2663°N 76.7183°W
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is the business school at William & Mary in Virginia. The school, named after alumnus and founder of Legg Mason, Raymond A. "Chip" Mason, in 2005, was ranked in the top 20 MBA programs in 2007 and the top 10 undergraduate programs among public universities. The school offers Full-time MBA, Part-time MBA, Executive MBA, Masters in Accounting, Master of Science in Business Analytics and Undergraduate Business Degrees.
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In 1919, William & Mary President Julian A.C. Chandler established the Department of Business while expanding the University's sphere of services. The study of business grew in popularity over the 20th Century, with substantial growth after the end of World War II.
The University established the Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program in 1966. In 1968 the Department of Business became the School of Business, and in 1971, the College's Board of Visitors approved the addition of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) undergraduate degree. The Mason School of Business is an AACSB-accredited school of business.
The full-time MBA program, a 22-month program offering instruction in entrepreneurship, finance, general management, marketing, information technology and operations management. The program hosts a distinguished speaker series, organizes visits to various corporations, and facilitates internal and external case competitions, as well as cultural festivities, philanthropy and sustainability initiatives.
The Raymond A. Mason School of Business ranked #47 (tied) in the 2023 edition of the U.S. News rankings. In the same year, Mason's MBA program was ranked #41 by Bloomberg Businessweek In 2019, Mason's MBA program was ranked #44 by Forbes. In 2021-2022, Mason's MBA program was ranked #52 by Poets & Quants.
For the working professional, the school's Executive and Professional Programs (EPP) provides graduate business and continuing business education (non-degree) in a variety of formats:
The Flex MBA, established in 1985, is located at the Peninsula Center in the Oyster Point area of Newport News; the Executive MBA program, established in 1986, is a 20-month program for executives with classes on every two weeks on Friday and Saturday.
Masters in Accounting
The Master's in Accounting program (MAcc), is a one-year program that provides the necessary credit hours and curricular requirements to be eligible to sit for the CPA exam.
As of mid-2015, the program ranked #20 nationally according to LinkedIn. The site bases its rankings on recent graduate's success in landing desirable accounting jobs.
Master of Science in Business Analytics
The MS in Business Analytics is a new 1-year, accelerated program.
The Bachelor's in Business Administration program (BBA) is a two-year program within William & Mary that provides undergraduate business education in five majors: Accounting, Finance, Marketing, and Business Analytics. Students who major in Business are also eligible to concentrate (mini-major) in any of the major fields, plus Entrepreneurship and Consulting. It additionally provides minors in the above-mentioned majors and Management.
According to 2016 rankings, William & Mary's undergraduate program was ranked #12 by Bloomberg. Niche ranked the undergraduate program #26 nationally in 2017 while U.S. News ranked Mason #42. In 2019, Bloomberg Businessweek named the Mason School #34 in the nation for an overall score.
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The business school is housed on the main campus of William and Mary in Williamsburg. The Mason School of Business moved into its new building, Alan B. Miller Hall, in fall 2009. Miller Hall was named for William & Mary alumnus, Alan B. Miller. It is located at the Corner of Ukrop Way and Jamestown Road at the western edge of campus. The building was designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects in the Georgian style.
|Lewis Glucksman||1945||Wall Street trader; former CEO of Lehman Brothers|||
|Todd Howard||1993||Executive producer and game director of Bethesda Softworks|||
|Raymond A. Mason||1959||Founder and CEO of investment firm Legg Mason, Inc.; namesake of William & Mary's Mason School of Business|||
|Alan B. Miller||1958||Founder and CEO of United Health Services, Inc.; namesake of Miller Hall, home of the Mason School of Business|||
|C. Michael Petters||1993||President and CEO of Huntington Ingalls Industries|||
|Joe Plumeri||1966||Chairman & CEO of Willis Group Holdings, and owner of the Trenton Thunder; namesake of William & Mary's Plumeri Park|||
|Paul C. Saville||1977||President and CEO of NVR, Inc.|||
|Pete Snyder||1994||CEO of Disruptor Capital, Founder of New Media Strategies|||
|Jeffrey Trammell||1973||Past President of W&M's Board of Visitors, founded Trammell and Company|||
|Walter J. Zable||1937||Cubic Corporation Director, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO since 1951; namesake of the school's Walter J. Zable Stadium|||
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Source: "Mason School of Business", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, March 19th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mason_School_of_Business.
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