We invite you to learn more about Virginia Tech MBA Programs through stories from our students and alumni, faculty perspectives, and industry insights.
General ItemFully online MBA launched to meet changing needs
Applications for the inaugural cohort of the 22-month program will be due May 1, with classes starting in July.
Article ItemLeadership in a Time of Crisis , article
While coronavirus poses challenges for business leaders globally, the pandemic also brings unique opportunities for innovation and change.
Article ItemBecoming a Double Hokie: Q&A with Cody Neder '14 , article
Virginia Tech’s MBA program often attracts many professionals with Virginia Tech undergraduate degrees, for various reasons. Current student Cody Neder, a 2014 finance alumnus, shares his thoughts on why he picked Tech, the skills he's gained, his classmates’ learning contributions — and more.
Article ItemBecoming a Double Hokie: Q&A with Alexis Monahan '06 , article
Virginia Tech’s MBA program often attracts many professionals with Virginia Tech undergraduate degrees, for various reasons. Alexis Monahan, a 2006 graduate in communications and psychology, shares her thoughts on why she picked Tech, the skills she's gained, her classmates’ learning contributions — and more.
Article ItemDual MBA-Master of IT degree program can help elevate your career , article
When he decided to enroll in this dual-degree program at Virginia Tech, Muñoz was already an experienced and well credentialed IT professional with 20-plus years of network engineering and information security experience. He knew where he wanted to be — “at the burgeoning intersection of business and technology” — and he wanted to move up in management.
Article ItemThinking of an MBA? Prior business degrees not needed , article
Those who majored in science, engineering, and other nonbusiness disciplines as undergraduates will discover that a prior business education isn’t needed to enroll or excel in an MBA program.
Article ItemMBA program offers flexibility, because life happens , article
A graduate assistantship position can make an MBA more affordable, offer flexibility, and provide rich learning opportunities for those facing life’s changing circumstances.
Article ItemMBA student's experience shows how Hokies support each other in difficult times , article
Celebrating the milestone of completing a Virginia Tech degree but not being able to walk the stage at commencement is an experience Nicholle Clinton knows well.
Article ItemHybrid MBA: The Best of Both Worlds for Aspiring Business Leaders , article
“Students nowadays aren’t willing to go to school to earn an MBA on a full-time basis and forego the economic benefits of a full-time job,” says Dr. Parviz Ghandforoush, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs at Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business.
Article ItemEvening MBA Students Participate in VC Bootcamp , article
This annual two-day workshop is designed for students who are interested in pursuing opportunities in venture capital and entrepreneurship and focuses on providing them with a basic understanding of early-stage investing.
Article ItemDouble Your Success in Today's Digital Business with a Dual Degree , article
In today’s digital age, as technology drives innovation throughout the enterprise, business acumen and technology expertise are emerging as essential skills. A dual technology and business degree from Virginia Tech provides professionals on both sides of the fence with the flexibility they need to sharpen a wide array of skills while continuing to build a career.
Article ItemVirginia Tech MBA Program Named One of Top 15 in Country , article
Virginia Tech's Evening MBA program moves up three places to No. 14 in U.S. News & World Report's rankings of the best part-time MBA programs.
Article ItemThe Elevated Value of Today's MBA , article
Active learning amplified by professional experience and a rich network of contacts makes the new breed of MBA graduates more relevant than ever for today’s businesses.
Article ItemBecoming the Data-Savvy Leader , article
While every company in the world is chasing down that all-knowing data scientist who will deliver the information for staying competitive, they're forgetting about one other requirement: The leader who understands how to put the data to work.