FIT Orlando

Florida Tech offers master's degree programs in the greater Orlando area at Baldwin Executive Park. Classes are also offered on-site at Lockheed Martin Electronic and Missiles Group facilities. The state-of-the-art classroom environment provides a unique opportunity for an extensive exchange of ideas and viewpoints among representatives from academia, industry, not-for-profits, and U.S. Government military and civilian employees.

All classes offered in Orlando are taught by highly-qualified Florida Tech faculty. Course offerings by semester are adjusted as needed to provide maximum responsiveness to the needs of the participants. Additionally, Lockheed Martin employees can take courses at other Florida Tech sites, including online classes. Online classes provide maximum flexibility for students to maintain their programs on travel or simply to attend at a time and place of their choosing.

Degree programs provide working professionals with the opportunity to earn a graduate degree in two years as a part-time student taking a normal load of two courses per semester, each course requiring class attendance one evening a week. Transfer credits earned through certain military courses and at other universities may shorten the time required.

  • Library facilities for students are provided by agreement at the University of Central Florida, Valencia Community College, Orange County Library System with their 10 branches, Lockheed Martin Corporation and through inter-library loan with Florida Tech's main campus library and Rollins College.
  • Veterans: Program approval has been awarded by the Florida State Approving Agency for payment of veterans' benefits to qualified students.
  • Registration for each semester is conducted at designated locations in Orlando as scheduled in the Academic Calendar. Online registration is also available.
  • Tuition Deferral privileges are available for students of participating employers.

The Orlando programs provide for the continuing education of all individuals to maintain their professional and technical competence, and for their career development and progression. Any degree obtained by a U.S. Government employee in the process of receiving such professional development is an incidental by-product thereof.