Professional MBA Information Session for VT Employees
From: Virginia Tech MBA Programs
Virginia Tech's Professional MBA program is hosting an on-campus information session for Virginia Tech employees and local residents on Thursday, May 23. RSVP here.
Like all of Virginia Tech's MBA program options, the Professional MBA is designed for working professionals. The unique structure of the part-time program minimizes disruption to the personal and professional lives of its students while also providing a high-quality business education.
The Professional MBA program counts many employees among its students and alumni. They come from diverse departments and divisions, including the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Student Affairs, Facilities, Dining Services, the Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center, Enterprise Systems, and the Hume Center for National Security and Technology.
Discover a few of the reasons why Virginia Tech employees choose the Professional MBA program:
Students meet for in-person class weekends (Friday and Saturday) just once per month. Virtual instruction and collaboration in between class sessions mean you can earn an MBA and advance your career without leaving the workforce.
The Professional MBA program provides students with a high caliber education, as evidenced by the Pamplin College of Business' status as one of only 5% of business schools worldwide accredited by the most reputable accreditation body for MBA programs, the AACSB.
The cohort-based model brings together professionals from across Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic Region to support team-based learning. Our alumni tell us that this format helps them to create lasting professional relationships with their peers.
Virginia Tech's employee tuition policy provides an opportunity to greatly reduce the cost of the Professional MBA program. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the financial assistance available to you as a Virginia Tech employee.