Business, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship
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.
Faculty members leading the courses include; David Simpson, a Pamplin professor and retired U.S. Navy admiral who previously served as chief of the Federal Communications Commission’s Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau; Doug Wagoner, a retired SAIC president who currently serves on the boards of Thomson Reuters United States and Terathink and as an advisor to Bain & Company; Kristin Lamoureux, a visiting professor of hospitality and tourism management; and Howard Haines, associate director of Virginia Tech’s Apex Center for Entrepreneurs.
Pamplin College of Business Ranked
Pamplin College of Business online Master of Information Technology program ranked No. 2 in the United States by U.S. News & World Report.
Pamplin College of Business Master of Information Technology (cybersecurity) ranked No. 6 in the United States by Cyberdegrees.org.
No. 3 Hospitality & Tourism Management Program in the U.S. (QS rankings 2018)
College Factual ranks the Pamplin College of Business:
- No. 23 Business College in the United States
- BIT is ranked No. 4 for the best management science and Quantitative Methods program in the nation
- No. 3 for the most popular destination for students interested in Management Science and Quantitative Methods in a Business School.
Programs & Tracks
All programs can be customized to fit the needs of your organization.