Accounting and Information Systems
The Master of Accounting and Information Systems (MACIS) program is open to students with a bachelor’s degree in any discipline. Entering students who have not already done so must complete the following prerequisite courses: one course each in principles of financial accounting, principles of management accounting, principles of macro- and micro-economics, calculus and matrices, business statistics, business law, principles of management, principles of marketing, principles of finance, fundamentals of management science, and business policy.
Master of Science in Business Administration Concentration in Marketing
The Marketing Department offers a focused Master of Science program with a concentration in advanced marketing research. The program serves students with two types of interests: students who wish to pursue a Ph.D. but who have completed only an undergraduate degree, students with well defined interests in analytical positions in marketing research organizations.
Master of Science in Business Administration Concentration in Business Analytics
The new concentration in Business Analytics within the Master of Science in Business Administration degree program will provide students with the business knowledge, technical expertise and professional skills to become effective business analytics practitioners.
Part-time or Full-time study with evening classes meeting in Falls Church, Virginia.
Cohort based 18-month study with every other weekend classes meeting on Friday and Saturday in Arlington, Virginia.
The Professional MBA is a 24-month program intended for working professionals throughout Virginia. With in-person classes meeting once a month in Roanoke and Richmond alternatively and an online component in-between classes, the PMBA provides our students with the ability to minimize the time in the classroom while still benefitting from faculty and cohort interaction. Classes start in the fall.
Online Master of Information Technology
Fully online interdisciplinary program offered jointly by Pamplin College of Business and the College of Engineering.
Master of Science in Business Administration Concentration in Hospitality and Tourism Management
The MS in Business Administration with a Concentration in Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) focuses on three areas: Hospitality and Tourism Business Analytics and Revenue Management, International Hospitality and Tourism Strategy, and Entrepreneurship in Hospitality and Tourism Management.