Because the Pursuit is Everything
Florida Tech got its start in 1958 as a night school for Cape Canaveral rocket scientists and engineers working to launch the U.S. space program. Today it is a nationally ranked, doctoral-granting research university, committed as ever to providing working professionals and adult learners with career-advancing educational opportunities.
Florida Tech's Education Centers are driven by the same innovation, quality, and care that students find at our residential campus in Melbourne, Florida. When you become a Florida Tech student, no matter where you take classes, you have the peace of mind knowing that your university is:
- Ranked a Tier One Best National University by U.S. News & World Report as well as one of the top 20 small universities in the world by Times Higher Education.
- Alma mater to more than 60,000 alumni worldwide; a group that including top executives, engineers, military generals, scientists and astronauts.
- One of the most internationally diverse universities; about one-third of our student body coming from more than 90 countries around the world.
Top Quality Academics, Expert Faculty And Panther Pride
Students who choose Florida Tech enjoy classes designed and taught by top educators and industry professionals. No cookie-cutter, run-of-the-mill degrees here! Plus, Florida Tech students benefit from:
- Affordable tuition: $600/credit hour (or less for approved active military personnel).
- Degree programs that may be completed in two years or less of part-time study.
- Easy transfer between in-person learning locations and the online programs offered through Florida Tech Virtual.
- No GRE or GMAT requirement for enrollment in most programs.
- Being part of a scholarly community of adult learners led by educators who truly care about your success!
Learn Where You Live
Florida Tech's education centers offer professional certificate programs as well as specialized master’s degrees in Central Florida and online. All programs are designed for working professionals and adult learners. Students are invited to enroll at the beginning of every Fall and Spring (16-week terms) or Summer semester (11-week term).