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Pamplin College of Business – Virginia Tech

Program Structure

The Virginia Tech MBA/MIT dual degree program combines the Evening MBA program option with Virginia Tech’s 100 percent online Master of Information Technology program. The VT-MIT program is jointly offered by the Pamplin College of Business and the College of Engineering.

Students can begin the dual degree program by starting in either the Evening MBA or Master of Information Technology program. After completing one degree, five courses can be double-counted towards completion of the second degree, allowing students to complete the second degree in a compressed time-frame.

Curriculum

The Virginia Tech Evening MBA curriculum is designed to provide students with a strong foundation in essential business functions while also allowing them to specialize their degree in an area of particular importance to their career goals.

Core courses in accounting and information systems, business information technology, finance, leadership, management, and marketing provide students with solid understanding of fundamental business concepts.

Students then have the option to select from one of eight areas of specialization: business intelligence/business analytics, entrepreneurial leadership and management, global business, financial management, organizational leadership, health information technology, hospitality and tourism management, and general management.

Virginia Tech’s Master of Information Technology program (VT-MIT) is a fully-online, asynchronous, graduate degree program designed for working professionals and jointly offered by the Pamplin College of Business and College of Engineering. The interdisciplinary degree program includes courses originating from five departments: Computer Science, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Accounting & Information Systems, Business Information Technology, and Management. The curriculum is regularly updated to incorporate current trends in the field and meet emerging market needs.

Class Profile

There are currently 13 students enrolled in the Pamplin College of Business MBA/MIT dual degree program. The average student is 34-years old. About 25 percent of the students are international and minority students.

VT MBA/MITs scored an average GPA of 3.34. Those enrolled have about 10 years of previous professional work experience.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

For the 2018-2019 academic year, Evening MBA tuition per credit hour is $1,025 and MIT tuition per credit hour is $950.

Scholarships are available to Evening MBA students who exemplify the Pamplin College of Business’ vision – to be a leader in business intelligence/analytics, innovation through entrepreneurship, and international programs – in their professional life. Scholarship amounts are determined based on availability and the number of qualified recipients.

While there are currently no MIT scholarship funds available through the university, there are many independent scholarships available to graduate students in an accredited information technology master’s program.

Admissions

Applicants for the MBA/MIT dual-degree program should apply to the degree they wish to complete first.

To apply to the Virginia Tech Evening MBA program, applicants must submit the following:

● Completed application form
● Official transcripts
● Current resume
● One letter of reference, a second letter is optional.
● A copy of the official results of your GMAT or GRE. GMAT and GRE waivers are considered.
● One required essay, a second essay is optional.
● TOEFL or IELTS if your degree was earned from an academic institution in a country where English is not the native language
● A $75 application fee

The Virginia Tech Evening MBA program will consider GMAT/GRE waiver requests. Please note that the waiver is not guaranteed, and your request will undergo evaluation by the admissions committee whose decisions are final.

Virginia Tech Evening MBA deadline dates are as follows:

Fall enrollment: July 1 — April 1 for international applications

Applications received by May 1 are eligible for scholarship consideration.

Spring enrollment: Dec 1 — September 1 for international applications

Applications received by October 15 are eligible for scholarship consideration

To apply to the Virginia Tech Master of Information Technology program, applicants must submit the following:

● Completed application form
● Official transcripts
● Current resume
● Three letters of recommendation
● TOEFL or IELTS if your degree was earned from an academic institution in a country where English is not the native language
● A $75 application fee

GMAT/GRE scores are not required for the MIT program at VT Pamplin.

The application deadlines for the Virginia Tech Master of Information Technology program are as follows:

Fall Enrollment: July 1

Spring Enrollment: December 1

Summer Enrollment: April 11

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