W&M Websites A-Z
- Marine Science, School of
The School of Marine Science at VIMS provides quality education and scholarly research to students pursuing advanced degrees (M.S. and Ph.D.) in marine science.
- Marine Science Minor
The undergraduate minor in Marine Science provides interested students a coherent experience in this interdisciplinary topic. The curriculum includes courses that are presently taught at VIMS and the Williamsburg campus.
- Marshall Papers
The Papers of John Marshall is a multivolume project sponsored by the College and the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture. This is the first edition of the correspondence and papers of John Marshall (1755-1835), the statesman and jurist who served as chief justice of the United States, 1801-1835.
- Marshall-Wythe School of Law
The Law School is a graduate school of the state-supported College of William & Mary, offering a three-year J.D. degree program of full-time study and the joint degrees of Law and Master of Business Administration, Law and Master of Public Policy, and Law and Master of Arts in American Studies.
Meet the newest member of the Tribe - the Griffin!
- Mason School of Business
The vision of the Mason School of Business is to deliver the best personalized, experience-based business education which prepares one to imagine the great business opportunities of the day and seize them.
The Mathematics Program at William & Mary allows students to design a major based on their own interests and career goals and prepares students for post-baccalaureate employment and for further study of mathematical sciences and related disciplines.
- McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center
The McCormack Nagelsen Tennis Center is home to W&M Tennis and the ITA Women's Collegiate Hall of Fame. This award-winning facility welcomes both Williamsburg area residents and out-of-town visitors to play tennis and all are eligible to participate in programs with space permitting.
- Medieval & Renaissance Studies
The Program in Medieval and Renaissance Studies allows undergraduates to explore the history and culture of Europe between 300 AD and 1700 AD.
- Mental Health & Wellness
The Student Affairs Mental Health & Wellness Committee is charged with the responsibility of raising awareness of important student mental health and general wellness issues at William & Mary, and promotes a balanced perspective of student development.
- [Asian and] Middle Eastern Studies Program
This multidisciplinary program aims to enrich our understanding of a broadly conceived "Asia" in relation to other parts of the world.
- Military Science
This unit of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established at William & Mary with an assigned mission to qualify students for positions of leadership and management in the U.S. Army.
- Modern Languages & Literatures
The Modern Languages and Literatures department offers coursework in Arabic, Chinese, French & Francophone, German, Hispanic, Italian, Japanese, and Russian Studies.
- Muscarelle Museum of Art
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is located in Lamberson Hall on Jamestown Road in Williamsburg, Virginia, on the W&M campus.
The Department of Music offers programs of study in music composition, theory, performance and musicology.