A personalized education is a big part of the William & Mary experience — whether you're online or on campus. William & Mary online courses and degree programs offer small class sizes and are taught by the same award winning faculty you'll find on campus. Programs are thoughtfully designed with the latest technologies to foster student engagement and faculty-student interaction.
While much of William & Mary’s curriculum will be delivered in an in-person, blended or online format this fall, our graduate schools continue to offer select, fully-online degree programs. Learn about our approach to a safe fall semester for our community, or read on to learn about unique undergraduate opportunities for the summer, and online programs from our graduate schools.
Undergraduate Summer Opportunities
William & Mary offers an expanding variety of online summer courses across our curriculum. From Greek civilization to computer science to Africana studies, online summer courses offer W&M students the flexibility to take W&M courses remotely. The W&M Washington Center also offers hybrid summer courses with three-credit classes running over the course of five weeks — mostly online classwork with five consecutive evening sessions in DC.
Raymond A. Mason School of Business
The business school's Center for Online Learning currently offers three fully online programs, an Online MBA, Online Masters in Business Analytics and an Online Masters in Marketing. Join our network of success and engage with top-tier faculty using our innovative, easy-to-use digital learning platform. New classes start in fall, spring and summer.
William & Mary School of Education
The School of Education offers a number of online and hybrid degree programs, allowing working professionals to attain graduate degrees in education and counseling while continuing to work full-time and without relocating to Williamsburg. The school currently offers an Executive Ed.D. in Educational Policy, Planning and Leadership with concentrations in gifted administration, higher education administration, international school leadership and K-12 administration; a hybrid master's degree in K-12 leadership; and an Online Master of Education in Counseling with concentrations in clinical mental health counseling, school counseling, and military and veterans counseling.
William & Mary Law School's Military & Veteran's Health Certificate
Faculty of the Law School’s Puller Veterans Benefits Clinic offer a self-paced, fully online program geared toward veterans, attorneys, veteran service officers, transitional personnel, family members and caregivers. Successful completion of the program will lead to a non-degree Certificate in Military and Veterans Health, Policy and Advocacy (MVHPA). Several sessions are offered throughout the year.