Fast Track Your Degree - Partnership Universities
The Virginia Tech College of Engineering is partnering with select universities in Virginia through the Tech Talent Pipeline Partnership Programs to help students fast track a Virginia Tech Master of Engineering in computer science or computer engineering while an undergraduate student.
Through this new partnership, you could earn a master’s degree from Virginia Tech in as little as one year after completing your bachelor’s degree.
The master’s programs provide a project-based (not thesis-based) course of study that will position you to enter the workforce at mid-to advanced-level positions in the booming computer technology industry.
Learn more about the course pathways and admissions requirements for each of the partnership universities:
- Christopher Newport University
- Hollins University
- James Madison University
- University of Mary Washington
- Radford University
Once admitted to the program, you will be able to advance your professional career through Virginia Tech’s strong industry connections in the greater Washington, D.C., metro area and Blacksburg. Our stellar faculty will prepare you to excel in the computing field and contribute to emerging technologies.
Master of Engineering students may be eligible for one of our Virginia Tech or Privately Funded Scholarships.