FIT Fort Dix
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Welcome to FIT Fort Dix

FIT Fort Dix provides military and civilian professionals opportunities to advance their careers and enhance their professional and technical competence. FIT Fort Dix programs include a B.S. in Logistics management,  M.S. Management, M.S. in Management-Acquisition and Contract Management and a Master of Business Administration (MBA). 

Bachelor’s in Logistics Management
Seamlessly moving materials in a complex and global economy requires trained logisticians. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics job growth for logisticians is expected to increase by 25% by 2020.

Master's in Business Administration (MBA)
Hands-on experience plays a huge role in Florida Tech's MBA program. Coursework involves researching solutions, solving complex problems and applying critical thinking in areas such as business proposals, marketing plans and financial reports.

Master's in Management
Wherever you work today, a rapidly changing business and economic environment requires organizations to attract and retain the most highly skilled management professionals.

Master's in Management - Acquisition and Contract Management
Wherever you work today, a rapidly changing business and economic environment requires organizations to attract and retain the most highly skilled management professionals who understand the unique complexities of acquisition and contract management.

* FIT Fort Dix is pending SACSCOC approval as an off-campus site where students can obtain 50% or more credits towards a degree program. A prospectus was submitted in April 2015. 

Warren Drew Lerner

“I chose Florida Tech because of the degree program, the numerous course offerings and the university's valid accreditation. How did I manage my work schedule and course work? I've completed homework on an airplane over the Pacific Ocean on my way to Korea, in a hotel in Kuwait City and in a sidewalk cafe in Frankfurt, Germany.”