Virginia College

Overview

Virginia College offers students a wide variety of degree programs from diplomas to master’s in fields including business, criminal justice, health services, interior design and cybersecurity. Virginia College courses are available at campuses in 12 states and online as well as through a combination of both platforms.

History

Virginia College was founded in 1983 and several new campuses open every year.

Accreditation

Virginia College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award certificates, diplomas, associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

Academics

The Virginia College business management curriculum features several online business degree programs at each level, from an associate degree in accounting to a Master of Business Administration in management. Virginia College offers business management programs in accounting, health services management, human resource management, business administration, medical office administration and private-sector accounting.

The A.A. programs teach students about the fundamental disciplines of business, including accounting, management, communication and economics.

The B.A. program expands on business fundamentals and delves deeper, adding courses in management theory, analysis and decision making, technology in business, ethics, and quality assurance and control.

The MBA program, available with general business, health care or management specializations, provides an advanced business education in practical but more complex facets of running a business, such as managerial economics, financial management and entrepreneurship.

Admissions

Students may enroll in courses or degree programs at Virginia College by:

Student Resources

Virginia College’s student services are available to all campus-based and online students. Services include resume reviews, career counseling, job market research, job leads and skills marketing.

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