This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages)
The Virginia Tech Richmond Center in the Richmond Region is responsible for carrying out the university's three missions – research, education, and outreach. The Richmond Center's presence was established in 2001 and has since created facilities, appointed faculty, created graduate degrees, and research in the Richmond area. The Richmond Center offers a wide range of graduate programs, workshops, and customized educational programs.
|Type||Commonwealth Campus Center|
|Director||Dr. Susan Johnstad|
Graduate degrees and certificate programsEdit
The Virginia Tech Richmond Center offers graduate degrees and certificate programs taught by internationally recognized faculty. The university's teaching located is in the West End of Richmond.
- Business Administration from the Pamplin College of Business
- Education from the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences
- Public Administration and Policy from the School of Public and International Affairs
- Engineering from the College of Engineering
- Information Technology from the Pamplin College of Business
- Instructional Technology from the College of Engineering
The Virginia Tech Richmond Center offers a series of professional development workshops. The center has a number of partnerships with the public and private sectors to enhance employee learning, discovery and engagement. Each course can be customized to effectively meet the needs of the organization or student.
Approximately 15,000 alumni live within the Richmond Region.