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Danielle DonDiego
(DO '12, MBA '12)

"At the Pamplin College of Business, I was involved in many consulting projects with real companies, some of which were marketing medical devices and software for physician use."

Jason DiVito
(DO '12, MBA '12)

"I feel as though the MBA program opens a D.O. student's eyes to many additional potential avenues and opportunities that would not have been noticeable or obtainable without the degree. I knew before entering medical school that I wanted to obtain an MBA degree for the benefits it would offer me in the long term."

Program Overview

Virginia Tech MBA partners with the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM) which allows VCOM students to simultaneously pursue a D.O./MBA degree. The MBA degree from Virginia Tech offers VCOM students additional academic challenge and real-world learning experience that will foster managerial, financial and administrative excellence in the healthcare profession. Most dual degree programs require an additional year of study, however, the length of time may be less or greater depending upon the program and the student’s background. 

Contact Hara P. Misra, D.V.M., Ph.D. at 540-231-3693 or or download the DO/MBA brochure

Admission Requirements

Application Procedures

Students meeting the above requirements may initiate the D.O./MBA application process by January to begin the program in August of the same year. the application form and procedures to apply can be found on the VCOM website. Accepted students will receive academic leave from the medical curriculum from VCOM's Vice Dean for Academic Affairs for one school year to take MBA classes at Virginia Tech.

Upon completing the 30 credit hours of core MBA courses at Virginia Tech, students will schedule their fourth year clinical rotation and will return to full-time status at VCOM to fulfill their DO/MBA requirements.

Class Schedule

Fall Class Schedule

Course Number Title Credit Hours
ACIS 5104 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 hours
ACIS 5514 Management of Information Systems 3 hours
BIT 5724 Managerial Statistics 3 hours
FIN 5024 Principles of Finance 3 hours
MGT 5814 Entrepreneurial Leadership 3 hours
Total Semester hours 15 hours

Spring Class Schedule

Course Number Title Credit Hours
MGT 5454 or MGT 5984 International Business or Management Consulting 3 hours
FIN 5084 Analytical Framework for Business Managers 3 hours
MGT 5314 Dynamics of Organizational Behavior 3 hours
MKTG 5104 Marketing Policy and Strategy 3 hours
MGT 5794 Strategic Management 3 hours
Total Semester hours 15 hours