Graduate programs & certificates
Our graduate programming portfolio includes:
- Educational Leadership (MS, EdS, EdD)
- Mathematics Specialist K-8 (MAED, EdS)
- Engineering (MS)
- Information Technology (MIT)
- Instructional Technology (MA,EdS)
- Career and Technical Education (MS)
The Virginia Tech Southwest Center hosts a variety of workshops and customized certificate programs to serve the needs of organizations in the private sector, as well as those of our state and local governments. Available certificate programs include:
- Local Government Management
- Public and Non-profit Financial Management
Interested in Just Taking a Class?
Virginia Tech created the non-degree program for individuals who want to take graduate level courses and not necessarily complete a degree. Most graduate degree programs allow individuals to take up to 12 credit hours (typically four classes) as a non-degree student. For more information, call the center at 276-619-4311 or 276-619-4310 or email Director Penny McCallum.
Current course offerings can be found on the University Registar website under the Timetable of Classes link. Select "Western" as the campus and then select the "term" you are interested in taking a course. Fall semester begins in late August and runs through early December. Spring semester begins in January and runs through the beginning of May. The University also has a number of summer opportunities, which run May through August.
With Virginia Tech Online you can learn from home, your office, or anywhere you have access to the Internet. Courses are offered in a variety of topics. None of these degree programs require attendance on campus. If you are interested in something that is not listed above, please let us know. New programs are frequently being added.