Virginia Tech Evening MBA Program | Part-time MBA in DC Area
FALL 2022 APPLICATIONS DUE JULY 1
EVENING MBA NEWS
Article ItemStudents and faculty receive awards at Graduate School's annual ceremony , article
Recipients included the graduate students of the year and students who received the service excellence award, graduate teaching assistance excellence awards, and outstanding dissertation and thesis awards.
Article ItemThese Virginia Tech graduate programs are some of the best in the country , article
Graduate programs within the College of Engineering, Pamplin College of Business, the College of Architecture and Urban Studies, and the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine earned high marks in the latest U.S. News & World Report ranking.
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Barbara Hoopes, associate professor of business information technology, recently discussed the challenges with the supply chain nationally and globally and how consumers can maneuver this unprecedented time, particularly as the holiday season approaches.
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.
SPRING 2022 SCHLOARSHIP RECIPIENTS
Below are a few of the accomplished recipients of the Spring 2022 Evening MBA scholarship awards.
B.S. Applied Information Technology, Minor in Business and BA Government & International Politics, Minor in Legal Studies | George Mason University
Master of Information Technology | Virginia Tech
As a tech entrepreneur and full-time engineer at Microsoft, Virginia Tech's MBA program has provided me with the right flexibility and prestige I wanted to boost my personal and professional goals. Every class session has been a great opportunity to translate that knowledge and apply it to my work in meaningful ways. The lifelong learner inside me is thankful and thrilled to be part of this program and the Hokie community not only because of the new business skills we will learn, but the new lasting friendships and many memories we will share!
B.S. Business Administration | Longwood University
As a student, my Virginia Tech MBA classes helped me apply classroom concepts to real world situations in my workplace. The collaborative aspect of the program was helpful because I was able to work with a diverse group of students with different career backgrounds. Professionally and personally, I have been able to build relationships that will continue beyond graduation.
B.S. Communications and M.S. Public and Corporate Communications | Radford University
Getting my MBA at Virginia Tech is going to be a game changer for me. I’ll be able to take my 15 years experience to the next level of my career. My goal is to leverage my new Hokie network to find a more strategic role in marketing where I can lead a team to new heights. Ready for this Spring Semester!
B.S. Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation Management | James Madison University
Virginia Tech’s Evening MBA program has enhanced my skills in management, strategy, and operations that have helped me further my career as a contractor for the Federal government. Additionally, the program has provided me opportunities to learn new concepts I’m generally not exposed to in my current role. These concepts will be integral to my success as my career develops, and I take on more and more responsibility. The multiple group projects I’ve completed as part of this program have allowed me to collaborate with others from different walks of life, which has been an invaluable experience. Aside from its impact on my career, the Virginia Tech Evening MBA program has boosted the confidence I have in my abilities, and I know that I can approach a new challenge with the knowledge that I can be successful. I’m looking forward to learning all I can during my remaining time with this program and using what the program has given me to flourish personally and professionally.
B.S. Mechanical Engineering | Virginia Tech
Initially, I applied to the Virginia Tech MBA program to challenge myself and give my career a boost, but I have learned so much more than I expected from professors with a contagious enthusiasm that drew me in and pushed me in new directions. There were concepts that not only affected how I approach work but also how I tackled projects in my personal life. I also learned just as much from working with other students that were sharing the experience of balancing classwork with their professional and home lives. Starting as a provisional student, I am proud to see the results of the work that I have put in and look forward to holding my second degree from Virginia Tech. Go Hokies!