Consulting ranks as the #1 area of practice for Pamplin graduates
The Princeton Review, June 2020
MGT offers an option in Management Consulting & Analytics (MCA)
MGT has 2 of the Top 10 degrees for getting hired in 2020
National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), November 2019
‘Best traditional, on-campus Bachelor’s in Business Management Program’
Great Business Schools, July 2019
Why a Management Major?
Message from Devi Gnyawali, Department Head
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Article ItemOskar Skrzeszewski , article
Oskar Skrzeszewski is a recent Virginia Tech graduate from Haymarket, VA who received a dual degree in Management, Management Consulting and Analytics (MCA) option and BIT, Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSM) option.
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Abbey Wills is a rising senior from Amissville, VA and is pursuing a dual degree in Management, Management Consulting and Analytics (MCA) option and BIT, Operations and Supply Chain Management option (OSM).
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Reagan Snead is from Forest, VA and will be graduating in May 2021 with a degree in Management, Management Consulting and Analytics (MCA) option.
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Hannah Butcher is from Ashburn, VA and will be graduating from Virginia Tech with a degree in Management, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Technology (EIT) option and a minor in Psychology.
Thrive in a Collaborative Team Environment
Management majors are equipped with interpersonal skills needed to thrive in a collaborative team environment and can handle situations requiring complex ethical judgments.
Innovation in Companies
Management majors develop mindset and skillset to approach problems in unique ways, explore new opportunities, and lead through innovation in both new and established companies.
Integrating Diverse Perspectives
Management majors can analyze complex strategic problems that cut across multiple functions and develop effective solutions by integrating diverse perspectives.