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Education Centers

There is no difference. All degrees are designed and taught by Florida Tech faculty. A degree earned at any one of our Education Centers is of the same rigor, prestige and quality as a degree earned on campus. All degrees are conferred by Florida Institute of Technology, and are backed by the same high standards and accreditations.

Florida Tech Virtual offers specialized master's degree programs designed for working professionals. It has two 16-week terms (Fall and Spring) and one 11-week term (Summer). Florida Tech Online offers associate's, bachelor's and master's degree programs. It conducts classes in 8-week terms throughout the year. The degree programs offered through each option are designed and taught by Florida Tech faculty. The differences are programs offered, semester length and tuition.

No. Florida Tech Education Centers offer different programs depending on their size and local demand. Nearly all of the programs offered at Education Centers, however, are available online through Florida Tech Virtual. Most Education Centers offer master's degrees only; some offer an undergraduate degree-completion program in logistics management. Each Education Center's webpage lists the program it offers. Additionally, every academic program page notes the locations at which it is offered.

Applicants to any of the Education Centers, including Florida Tech Virtual must submit a $50 application fee. Tuition & Fees

As a general rule, a graduate student must be enrolled half time (at least five semester hours per term) as a regular student in a degree program and must be a U. S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen to qualify for Financial Aid.

If the courses are a logical part of a student's program, up to a maximum of 12 semester hours of transfer credit from regionally accredited institutions may be transferred (for one master's degree only). Transfer Credit

Yes, through FACTS Management Company, the leading tuition payment plan provider in the industry. Working together, Florida Institute of Technology and FACTS provide strategies for covering tuition expenses. Panther Payment Plan

Yes. Payments are accepted by credit card. You may pay by credit card or e-check by accessing your student account in PAWS via the Florida Tech Web site.

PAWS stand for Panther Access Web for Students. Visit https://access.fit.edu/ for details.

Canvas is an online learning system that university faculty can use to deliver all or part of a regularly scheduled university course. If the instructor is using Canvas, students can find information about courses, such as announcements, course documents, syllabi, presentations or links to other Web sites. Visit Canvas now.

The GMAT may be required for admission to the M.B.A. In all other programs, the GMAT, GRE General Test and/or GRE Subject Tests, as well as letters of reference, may be required for admission for those whose previous academic achievement is deemed to be marginal. Official test scores must not be over five years old. 

Yes, visit the Military and Veteran Resources page for more information or contact the VA Certifying Official at the Education Center to which you have submitted an application. Florida Tech Virtual can also assist with any distance learning questions.

Yes. This is one of the many benefits to becoming a member of the Florida Tech Alumni Association. Visit the Alumni Affairs Website.

Students with documented disabilities are entitled to reasonable and appropriate educational accommodations. The Office of Disability Services (ODS) supports students by assisting with accommodations, providing recommended interventions, and engaging in case management services.

 

Florida Tech's Evans Library provides valuable resources and services to its entire faculty and students, including those who participate in education center, distance learning, online or off-campus programs. The Library Information Network (LINK) is the Evans Library's presence on the Internet. View all library services at lib.fit.edu.

If you are interested in a faculty position, either full time or adjunct, please directly contact the education center director where you would like to teach; or the Virtual education center administrator if you are interested in teaching online courses.