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      • Undergraduate Programs

        The Pamplin Undergraduate Programs Office serves as a resource center for undergraduate students enrolled in the Pamplin College of Business. With a career advising component in addition to academic advising, the Undergraduate Programs Office works with students to ensure their success while in college and after graduation.

      • Masters Programs

        Pamplin offers three different MBA programs, evening, executive, and professional, all designed with the working professional in mind. The college also offers an online master of information technology, a master of accounting and information systems, and a master of science in business administration with concentrations in business analytics, marketing, and hospitality and tourism management.

      • Ph.D. Programs

        The Pamplin College of Business offers the Ph. D. in Business on the Blacksburg campus. The program is offered only on a full-time basis with admission for the Fall semester. Financial aid is available for qualified PhD students; most students making satisfactory academic progress receive tuition and stipend support for four years. A total of 90 credit hours is required to complete the PhD, of which at least 30 hours must be in graded classes.

      • Executive Education

        The speed of business is the speed of change. Changing technologies, evolving competition, dynamic market demands, and other external factors force organizations to stay smart. That means leaders and team members must keep learning new skills and perspectives. To meet those challenges, Pamplin offers executive education training and courses in the business of cyber, entrepreneurship, and integrated security in event management, and other areas to help you succeed.

      • Departments and Undergraduate Programs

        Pamplin offers full majors in accounting and information systems, business information technology, finance, hospitality and tourism management, management, and marketing. All our students complete a common, two-year liberal arts program of study that allows them to get acquainted with our departments and career possibilities before deciding on a major.