Florida Tech University

Overview

Florida Tech University offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees through its online courses. The school offers five business bachelor’s degrees and an online MBA degree with 11 concentrations. It also offers a mini-MBA for-credit certificate online with seven specializations.

History

Florida Tech University is the online version of Florida Technical Institute, which was founded in 1958 as Brevard Engineering College by Dr. Jerome Keuper. The college offered continuing education to scientists, engineers, and technicians who worked for NASA at Cape Canaveral. In 1966, the school changed its name to Florida Institute of Technology, its current on-campus title. FTU, which specializes in the fields of engineering, science, aviation, psychology and business, has graduated more than 37,000 students.

Accreditation

Florida Tech University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Academics

Florida Tech University offers degrees at the associate, bachelor’s and master’s levels. FTU’s online division offers bachelor’s degrees in many business and technical-related fields. At the graduate level, the university offers an online MBA among its advanced study options.

Admissions

FTU Online: Undergraduate requirements vary by the type of student. Follow the directions on the school website to apply. Students must provide all transcripts.

The graduate studies requirements vary by the type of student.

Student Resources

Florida Tech University online students have the full resources of the school at their fingertips on the school’s online site.

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