Academic Programs

    Graduate students from the School of Public Information and Policy in the National Capital Region work in a video conference classroom.

Undergraduate Education

Virginia Tech offers more than 70 undergraduate majors and minors.

Discover the program that is the best fit for you, get advice on courses and programs to pursue, find the right classes.

Colleges and Departments

Virginia Tech offers 76 masters and 62 doctoral degrees through eight academic colleges.

Veterinary Medicine Professional Program

Virginia Tech, in partnership with the University of Maryland, is home to one of the 28 veterinary colleges in the country. Learn more.

Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute leverages Virginia Tech’s world-class strength in sciences, bioinformatics, and engineering with Carilion Clinic’s experienced medical staff and rich history in medical education. Virginia Tech Carilion improves human health and quality of life by providing leadership in medical education and biomedical and clinical research. Learn more

Meet Our Faculty

    Myers-Lawson School of Construction Professor Tom Mills

At Virginia Tech, our professors might be on the verge of developing new fuel sources, winning a national prize for poetry, or creating a process to bring products to the marketplace faster.



Professional Development

Continuing and Professional Education at Virginia Tech provides more than 400 short courses, seminars, workshops, training programs, and conferences to 35,000 people each year.


Veterinary college provides on-the-farm education

    Spotlight on impact

Veterinary students assist professors and clinicians with the full range of Food Animal Field Services calls. The service provides on-farm patient care and preventative health care to animals within a 35-mile radius of Blacksburg, Virginia.


Geospatial technologies critical to meet environmental challenges

    Spotlight on innovation

Scientists in the College of Natural Resources and Environment develop geospatial technologies for a range of applications.