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Meet Florida Tech Brochure

We have your major — now learn everything else you want to know!

Florida Tech is for serious seekers and courageous learners—a university where being relentlessly focused on your future pays off.

The Meet Florida Tech brochure is designed to answer all of your most important questions so you will know for sure that Florida Tech belongs on your college search list.

Questions like...

  • What's it like living and learning as part of Florida's "Space Coast?"
  • How will my educational experience at a small, private research university be different than it would be at a large public school?
  • Are Florida Tech graduates finding jobs right after graduation? What percentage go to graduate school?
  • What scholarships and grants are available to me?

Meet Florida Tech also includes a full list of majors, info about our FastTrack Accelerated Master's Degree Program and ProTrack Cooperative Education initiative, as well as quick facts about the university and important application information.

In other words, it's everything you need to know right now.

Submit the quick form and get your 6-page Meet Florida Tech
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(We'll also give you a chance to get a sneak peek at a real college syllabus
from a course in your future major. This will give you a real feel for your future classes!)

 

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Packed with information you can use to make one of the most important decisions of your life!
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