The Florida Institute of Technology is a research university that provides both online and on-campus instruction. Its online education programs offer bachelor's and master's degrees in several fields, as well as preparation for careers in space and technology. This online university is regionally accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
This university's online undergraduate programs cover a variety of fields, including accounting, criminal justice, business administration, health care management, computer information systems and several areas of psychology. The graduate programs include business administration, accounting, finance, health care management, IT management, internet marketing and project management.
You can earn master's degrees in several areas of management and business administration, as well as Master of Science degrees in information assurance and cybersecurity, IT, and supply chain management. You also can take part in three online master's degree programs through this online university's College of Aeronautics. This school is particularly well regarded for its programs in space and technology, and it has educated a number of NASA scientists and astronauts.
Other degrees are available as a combination of online courses with on-campus classes. FIT's main campus is in Melbourne, Florida. The university also has satellite campuses that offer graduate degree programs in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey and Virginia. These include military bases and the Kennedy Space Center.
The tuition for an undergraduate degree is $510 per credit hour, and it takes 120 hours. However, this school offers a number of financial aid options, including scholarships, grants, and access to both government and private loans. This online school goes out of its way to recruit and assist military veterans and active or reserve service members. There are several financial aid programs available for military personnel, their spouses, veterans, and the survivors and dependents of those who have died while in the military.