A student applying for graduate school admissions must have a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from a recognized regional accredited institution of higher education. In most graduate programs, Florida Tech admits on a rolling basis. However, it is strongly recommended that you review the Important Dates page to ensure admission consideration for the requested program and semester of entrance.
Upon acceptance, future Florida Tech students are automatically considered for generous, merit-based academic scholarships as part of the application process. Scholarship eligibility is based on the performance at their current university. Families who are proactively engaged in the financial aid process and submit a FAFSA almost never pay full tuition. Enter here and learn the ins and outs of financial aid at Florida Tech.
Florida Tech is the only independent scientific and technological university, as well as one of the best, graduate schools in the Southeast United States. We offer master's degrees in more than 70 disciplines and doctoral degrees in over 20 disciplines including sciences, engineering, aviation, psychology and business. With a strong emphasis on research, our world-class faculty works closely with grad students, encouraging them to design innovative projects and publish their results.
Congratulations! As an admitted student, you just need to activate your Florida Tech TRACKS account and access Panther Pass. An activation email was been sent to the email address you provided on your application. Through Panther Pass, you will complete all necessary new student to-do items. These include confirming your attendance, paying your tuition and housing deposits, completing your housing and meal plan applications, and much more.
Florida Tech’s campus is lush with acres of tropical greenery and our students enjoy near-perfect weather almost all year round. There are more than 100 student clubs and organizations on campus, not to mention endless places to see and things to do along Florida’s Space Coast.
Florida Tech will consider up to a maximum of 12 semester credit hours for graduate-level courses of transfer credit from regionally accredited institutions with grades of at least B or equivalent.