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  1. Economic Development & Business Innovation
    The Office of Economic Development and Business Innovation connects W&M faculty and students to opportunities to work with business, non-profit, academic and public partners in collaborations that strengthen our programs and contribute to new economic opportunities both here and throughout Virginia.
  2. Economic Impact
    An economic impact study found that William & Mary creates a significant positive net impact on the business community and generates a substantial return on investment to students, taxpayers and society.
  3. Economics
    Economists study how existing resources are allocated, how new resources are created, and how incentives shape actions. Our undergraduate curriculum encompasses all areas of economics, both theory and applied. These skills are valuable in many careers and for understanding current policy issues.
  4. Education, School of
    The School of Education's traditional focus on undergraduate education for teachers also includes numerous graduate degree programs. The school prepares teachers for elementary, middle and secondary education; specialists in counseling, gifted education, school psychology, special education; and administrators for K-12 and higher education settings.
  5. Emergency Information
    William & Mary is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for its students, faculty, employees and visitors to learn, teach, work and enjoy our beautiful campus and all it offers. In pursuit of that goal the university takes a comprehensive approach to protecting the W&M community and preparing for any emergency.
  6. Engineering Physics and Applied Design
    Engineering Physics and Applied Design (EPAD) is a physics track that combines physics courses with applied science courses to teach undergraduate students to solve real-life problems. The goal of EPAD is to produce physicists who also have an “engineering mindset” and are prepared to work among teams of engineers.
  7. English
    Studying English promotes an understanding of the many ways in which people represent their worlds - real or imagined - in literature. We offer undergraduate courses in literatures from around the world written in English, in creative writing, and in the study of the history of the English language.
  8. Entrepreneurship Hub, The
    The William & Mary Entrepreneurship Hub is here to educate, inspire, and support students and members of the local community in developing the skills and mindset of an entrepreneur.
  9. Environment & Sustainability Program
    The Environment & Sustainability Program integrates knowledge and skills from across the university. Our undergraduate program offers tracks in environmental science, policy, and humanities. All three tracks train students with an interdisciplinary approach to environmental problem solving while students maintain a core expertise in their primary major.
  10. Environmental Health & Safety, Office of
    The Office of Environmental Health & Safety is committed to protecting people and the environment by conserving our natural resources and maintaining a healthful and safe environment for present and future generations.
  11. EqualityW&M
    A faculty and staff organization aiming to improve the learning and working environment at W&M for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender faculty, staff and students through representation, action and community.
  12. European Studies
    European studies provides interdisciplinary exposure to Europe's history, culture, languages and politics. Undergraduate students take courses in subjects including history, English, art history, classical studies, government, and modern languages and literatures.
  13. Esports
    Esports is the center for collaboration with interdisciplinary courses exploring the intersections of gaming, learning theory, psychology, computer science, music, event planning, marketing, sports analytics and hospitality.