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|Course load: Part-time or Full-time|
|Average class size: 25-30 students|
|Completion time: 2-5 years|
|Class meeting times: Evenings; 2-4 times per week|
|Minimum work experience: 2-3 years|
|Average work experience: 8-9 years|
|Course delivery: Class lectures|
|Location: Falls Church, VA|
|International Residency: Optional|
|Starts: Spring, Summer, and Fall|
|Visit the Evening MBA website|
|Course load: Full-time|
|Average class size: 15-20 students|
|Completion time: 18 months|
|Class meeting times: Fri and Sat; every other weekend|
|Minimum work experience: 6+ years|
|Average work experience: 13 years|
|Course delivery: Case Studies, Team Based|
|Location: Arlington, Va|
|International Residency: Required|
|GMAT: Not required|
|Visit the Executive MBA website|
|Course load: Full-time|
|Average class size: Varies|
|Completion time: 24 months|
|Class meeting times: One weekend per month|
|Minimum work experience: 3 years|
|Average work experience: 9+ years|
|Course delivery: In Class and Electronic|
|Location: Richmond and Roanoke, Va|
|International Residency: No|
|Visit the Professional MBA website|
Bret Salmons, Evening MBA 2010 - Department of Navy, Operations Research Analyst
"The VT MBA has made me more confident in my professional life. While I don’t work in a traditional business environment, the many lessons that I gleaned from the enriching lectures and interaction with my fellow MBA students have propelled me forward more than I could have imagined at the outset. Indeed, the managerial techniques and lessons in critical thinking have served me well over the last three years, culminating in a couple of recent promotions."
Dr. Satyam Priyadarshy, Executive MBA - RKR Group, Chief Technology Officer/Chief Digital Officer
"VT's EMBA program is well designed and provides interaction with executives from various diverse industries. The timing of classes (Friday afternoon and Saturday) certainly allows for a greater balance between the work-life, the home-life and the MBA-life. The course content is very comprehensive and is at par with the top-5 management programs. The International visit to other countries provides the knowledge on how to work in the global economy. During the program the interaction between the members of the cohort and other cohorts provides a well lasting relationship."
Three years before Virginia Tech began asking students to think about how they could “invent the future,” Robert “Clint” Boyd was on board.
Boyd, of Harrisonburg, Virginia, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech in 2003. His senior team project was designing a device to bend a rod precisely to maximize scoliosis correction in spinal surgery. Read more
Jean Raleigh, who will receive a Master of Business Administration degree from Pamplin College of Business, has been selected as the student speaker for the Virginia Tech National Capital Region Commencement on Sunday, May 14. The ceremony begins at 1 p.m. at the Center for the Arts in Fairfax, Virginia. Read more
We work individually with students on the issues that are most pressing for them in their careers. Learn more
MBA alumni have an extremely valuable relationship with our program years after graduation. Learn more
You can specify your donations to Virginia Tech for the MBA Excellence Fund (#860562). Donations will be used to enhance the Virginia Tech MBA programs.
Whether you are interested in transitioning into a civilian career or moving up the ranks, consider the Virginia Tech MBA. Learn more
The Virginia Tech MBA provides the support you need and the Program has a solid academic foundation that will give you confidence to advance your career to the next level.