Download the Wisdom Warrior Program Brochure


Are you an active duty service member ready to get your master's?

Let Florida Tech invest in your education through our Wisdom Warrior Program!

  • $250 per credit hour tuition cap.* (That's only $750 per course!)
  • Save over 57% on your graduate degree tuition and up to 100% if you use your Military Tuition Assistance.
  • Additional assistance available for military spouses.
  • Explore the Florida Tech locations near you or learn more about our 100% online degrees.

To receive this brochure with all the facts you’ll need, fill out the form.  

*Capped tuition rate available only for Extended Studies off-site location master’s degree students; excludes doctoral programs and Florida Tech University Online programs.

Learn more about some of the master's programs available on-site or online. 

Acquisition and Contract Management

Business Administration (MBA) - not available online

Commercial Enterprise in Space

Computer Information Systems

Engineering Management

Human Resources Management

Logistics Management


Operations Research

Project Management 

Public Administration

Quality Management

Space Systems

Space Systems Management

Systems Management 

Technology Management 

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