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  • Applied Science

    Interdisciplinary graduate programs in Applied Science leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees are offered by the faculty of Applied Science.

  • Computational Science

    W&M, a bioinformatics company named INCOGEN, and the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute at Virginia Tech are focusing collaboratively on three interrelated research areas. In addition, the department of Applied Science at W&M offers undergraduate minors in computational biology and materials science.

  • Life Sciences

    William and Mary maintains a comprehensive program in the life sciences, with strong faculty and student scholarship and graduate research in the areas of biology,chemistry,applied science,and marine science. These departments and schools, working independently and in collaboration, have developed a program that advances key fields of research in the life sciences and human health research.

  • Marine Science

    The School of Marine Science/Virginia Institute of Marine Science (SMS/VIMS) is the third largest marine research and education center in the country. Research at VIMS extends from inland watersheds to the open ocean with a primary emphasis on coastal and estuarine science.

  • Mason School of Business

    The College of William and Mary was one of the first schools in the United States oriented toward business. Today the Mason School of Business offers graduate programs including a resident MBA program, an executive MBA program, and evening MBA program, a joint MBA/JD program, a joint MBA/MPP program, and an undergraduate BBA program.

  • Psychology

    The wide range of courses offered by the Psychology Department reflects the diversity of the discipline as well as the interests of our faculty and students. In addition to traditional academic offerings, the department maintains active ties to local human service institutions and organizations.

  • Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy

    Faculty, students, and staff of the Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy conduct numerous evaluation studies related to health services and the delivery of health care. The Program has investigated both public and private sector issues in the delivery of those services and has developed recommendations to improve their availability and quality.