Virginia Tech's Master of Information Technology program will put you in touch with the latest developments in information technology. This unique interdisciplinary program is offered jointly by the Pamplin College of Business and the College of Engineering. Especially designed for the working professional, our flexible online format will help you juggle classes, professional and family priorities. Earn your degree from a university recognized world-wide for academic excellence.
You needn’t step foot in a classroom. All courses are online and asynchronous. There are no residency requirements. However, if you are near Northern Virginia or Blacksburg, VA feel free to use the campus resources as needed. Fuzzy slippers optional.×
The Virginia Tech MIT program allows you the flexibility to complete the program at your pace. We understand the demands on your time from your career, family, and personal life. Most students choose to take one or two classes a semester. With careful planning, you may choose to accelerate your studies; up to four classes a semester are available which would be considered a full-time load. You have five years to complete your degree. Slow & steady or fast & furious. Your call.×
Foundation courses must be completed prior to taking courses that constitute different modules. Some background is necessary for these foundation courses. Specifically, the entering student is expected to have some experience programming in a modern language such as Java, C, C++, or C#.
If you plan to complete the Software Development Module, the first class in that series (CS 5044) requires that you are proficient in Java Programming. An online course that meets this requirement is ITP 120, Java Programming I, specifically offered through Virginia Western Community College. It is tailored to VTMIT students needing preparation for CS5044. See ITP120 Java Programming I for more information. This class is highly recommended for those who have no Java experience, or those who need a refresher.×
Founded in 1872, Virginia Tech remains one of three public universities in the country with both an active corps of cadets and civilian lifestyle on its campus. It also holds the prestige of being one of six schools in the nation classified as a Senior Military College.
We welcome graduate student veterans to the Virginia Tech Master of Information Tecnology program and offer several resources to answer your questions. The Office of Veterans Service can answer questions about certification, benefits and other general questions. Virginia Tech is a top military-friendly school. In addition, we are pleased to waive the application fee for any current or retired military members. For details, please contact Terry Hinders at email@example.com prior to submitting your application.×
MIT or MBA? How about both! Virginia Tech is pleased to offer this unique dual degree in information technology and business administration. Here’s how this sequential degree offering works:
Start the MIT degree, and plan your 11 courses (33-credit hours) to include 5 (15-credit hours) courses from your choice of the following list in your plan of study:
Upon successful completion of the MIT program (3.0 GPA or better), you will reapply for the MBA program* as a formality (admission is guaranteed), and then complete an additional 11-courses to complete the MBA degree.
Do the math: MBA: 48 credit hours. MIT: 33 credit hours. 15 transfer credits.
48 + 33 = 81 - 15
Total = 66 credit hours/22 courses for the two degrees.
Save time, money, and SANITY!
*There is not an online MBA degree option at Virginia Tech. The MBA program is offered in a face-to-face evening format at the Northern Virginia Center in Falls Church, VA. Contact us for more information.×
The MIT program welcomes international students! Please keep in mind the following:
|Upcoming Information Sessions|
|Tuesday, August 11 at 1:00 pm EST Online Information Session|
|Thursday, August 13 at 7:00 pm EST with MBA; Northern Virginia Center, Falls Church, VA|
|Monday, September 14 at 7:00 pm EST with MBA; Northern Virginia Center, Falls Church, VA|
|Wednesday, September 16 at 1:00 pm EST Online Information Session|