100% in Northern Virginia

Complete your bachelor’s degree in Virginia Tech’s top-ranked Business Information Technology department, majoring in Cybersecurity Management and Analytics.

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Transferring into the Pamplin College of Business’ BIT-Cyber Program in Northern Virginia from Virginia Community Colleges is an Easy and Simple Process

Virginia Tech typically admits new transfer students to begin enrollment in the spring, summer, or fall semester; for individual majors, it may be more advantageous to start in the summer or fall instead of spring.

If you are a NOVA students, pursuing an AS transfer degree in Business or IT, please follow this link to the transfer agreement learn more about the process and meet with your academic transfer adviser. If you are a Germanna student, please contact Heather Diritto, at Hdiritto@germanna.edu.

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Why BIT-Cyber in DC Metro area?

Gain one of the 78,000+ unfilled cybersecurity jobs in metro DC area in the fastest growing and exciting field. The number of cybersecurity jobs in the greater Washington, DC area is projected to annually grow by 11%.

Transfer your associate degree straight into the Virginia Tech major most wanted by DC area employers!

Your associate degree in Business Administration or Information Technology has prepared you to obtain your Virginia Tech undergraduate degree without leaving the Greater Washington, D.C. metro area and at Virginia Tech's Falls Church (2020-2022) or Innovation Campus (projected 2023).

Completion of the Virginia Tech undergraduate degree in Cyber Security Management and Analytics will equip you with the necessary skills to (1) successfully compete in today's workforce, (2) grow professionally, or to (3) pursue one of many Virginia Tech graduate programs in the Washington DC metro area.  These include the Master’s of Information TechnologyMaster’s of Business Administration, and Master’s of Engineering Programs.