How will an online I.T. degree from Virginia Tech expand your future?

Dedicated to its motto (That I May Serve) Virginia Tech offers the Online Master of Information Technology (MIT) Program to prepare you to be a technological leader in your field or community. This unique interdisciplinary program is offered jointly by the Pamplin College of Business and the College of Engineering.
Ranked #2 by U.S. News & World Report, the VT-MIT program is designed specifically for you as the working professional. The flexible online format will help you to reasonably manage professional, personal, and academic priorities. You can advance your career by earning your degree from a university recognized world-wide for academic excellence.

Available Modules

The VT-MIT program offers eight optional areas of study (modules) to complement your foundation courses. These modules provide flexibility by allowing you to take courses from multiple modules to customize your program of study. You have the opportunity to complete up to three modules before you graduate.


Ranked #2

by U.S. News & World Report magazine for 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

Real people, real classes, online format.

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VT-MIT Online Information Sessions:

January 23rd 1:00pm EST

February 15th 1:00pm EST

March 8th 1:00pm EST

April 17th 1:00 pm EST

Unable to attend on these dates? You can email our office at and we will send you a link to a recently recorded version.

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