We’re not in Blacksburg - learn more about our Northern Virginia location.
In 1997, Virginia Tech and the University of Virginia dedicated the Northern Virginia Center (NVC), 7054 Haycock Road, a 105,000-square-foot building located adjacent to the West Falls Church Metro station. Take a look around the NVC.
Administrative offices for the center and for the Graduate School in the National Capital Region are headquartered in the Falls Church facility.
The Virginia Tech Evening MBA 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 two classes a semester, coming to the Northern Virginia Center two evenings a week. You may choose to accelerate your studies; up to four classes a semester are available which would be considered a full-time load. Course work and study abroad are available during summer semester.
Students in the Virginia Tech Evening MBA program are working professionals seeking to advance their current career, explore growth in a different industry, or entrepreneurs developing their business acumen. Career mentoring opportunities exist with our MBA program alumni. You will be joining a vast network of alumni in the Hokie Nation, allowing many possibilities for growing your professional network.
Business Intelligence and Analytics
Big data seems to be everywhere. The systematic analysis of vast collections of business data to inform business decisions has permeated organizations and industries from healthcare to education to marketing. The Virginia Tech Evening MBA builds on information technology tools for analyzing data by incorporating business intelligence and analytics throughout course work, lecture, and discussions.
Innovation and entrepreneurship are prevalent in business today. The Virginia Tech Evening MBA program will assist in developing the skills, drive and determination for succeeding in start-up environments and help you embrace innovation with confidence. The Apex Systems Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship provides curricular support and opportunities to expand your network.
Global Business-Study Abroad
In a global marketplace, you need the tools and knowledge to understand how to work with people from diverse cultures and operate effectively in other countries. Woven throughout your course work in the Virginia Tech Evening MBA program you will gain an understanding of global business, which can be deepened with optional study-abroad in the summer.
Military Veteran Benefits for Graduate Students
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 Evening MBA 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.
International Student Resources
We welcome international students to our extended campus location in Northern Virginia. The center is easily accessible from public transportation and major highways, however no housing facility or dorms are associated with the Northern Virginia Center. We have the International Student and Scholar Office available to assist you.
Dual Degree with Master's in Information Technology
Students interested in earning both their Master of Information Technology degree as well as their Evening MBA from Virginia Tech are able to benefit from this dual degree program opportunity.
Whether applicants choose to begin their studies with the Evening MBA or the online VT-MIT program (ranked in the top 30 and top five nationwide by US News & World Report, respectively), you are choosing a program that combines real-world learning with renown faculty, powerful business partnerships and a vast alumni network.
As you progress through your primary program, you will take up to five approved electives that carry over to your secondary program. As a result, you will begin your secondary program with up to 15 credits already under your belt.