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Graduate Certificates in the VT MIT Program

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About the Certificate

The Master of Information Technology (MIT) program is designed as an online collaborative program with Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering and Pamplin College of Business. It offers a blend of coursework across an array of IT related career-focused topic areas, including AI/ML, big data, business data analytics, cybersecurity, health IT, networking, and software Development. The VT-MIT also offers 10 graduate certificates that can be obtained independently or as part of the degree program in the following:

  • Big Data
  • Business Data Analytics
  • Cybersecurity Management
  • Cybersecurity Policy
  • Cybersecurity Technologies
  • Health Information Technology
  • Information Systems Design
  • IT Management
  • Internet & Network Technologies
  • Software Development

Who Should Enroll

  • Those who need a more flexible schedule.
  • Those who enjoy remote collaboration.
  • Those who do enjoy online learning.
  • Those who would like to advance their career. 
  • Those who would like to improve their technical skills. 
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How Will You Benefit

Students will benefit in multiple ways, such as: gaining enhanced software design skills, having the opportunity for seamless education continuation, gaining expertise in digital device applications, gaining knowledge in client & server-side technologies, and more.

A list of benefits with icons for the Master of Information Technology. These read: Ranked #3 Nationwide, Lowest cost per credit hour among the top 5 ranked schools, Highly customizable curriculum, and Learn from Faculty that are actively engaged in research & industry.

Would you like to learn more?

If you'd like to learn more about the Master of Information Technology and Graduate Certificate Programs, please visit the following link: Master of Information Technology Homepage.