Biomedical Engineering

allows students to actively develop partnerships between biomedical engineering researchers and clinicians. Visit Site

Chemical Engineering

offers students the opportunity to obtain the knowledge and skills required to enter the chemical engineering profession. Visit Site

Civil Engineering

provides state-of-the-art education in a caring and nurturing environment helping students achieve their full potential. Visit Site

School of Computing

Focuses of the various aspects of understanding and using computational tools and mathematics. Visit Site


is a business-oriented major for students interested in management, construction and land development, different than civil engineering. Visit Site

Computer Sciences

This program prepares students for success and leadership by expanding knowledge and understanding of computing through research, scholarship and service. Visit Site

Electrical and Computer Engineering

creates the passion for engineering that will allow our students to understand and correct the increasingly diverse problems facing modern society. Visit Site

Engineering Systems

is a multidisciplinary field that assists in developing reliable systems and processes to meet technical, cost and schedule requirements. Visit Site

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

graduates are equipped with the knowledge and capabilities to solve real-world engineering problems and to advance the state-of-the-art in their selected fields. Visit the site

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Glicksman Appointed Dean of Florida Tech College of Engineering


MELBOURNE, FLA. — Noted materials scientist and metallurgist Martin E. Glicksman was appointed Dean of the College of Engineering at Florida Institute of Technology. He held the position on an interim basis since January. Dean Glicksman also serves as the Allen S.

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Florida Tech Continuing Education, American Ceramic Society Partner To Offer Larry Hench Course in Bioceramics


MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology Continuing Education and the American Ceramic Society (ACerS) have partnered to offer a short course in bio-ceramics taught by Florida Tech scientist Larry Hench. Created by Hench, the short course, “Bioceramics: Advances and Challenges for Affordable Healthcare,” will be available via on-demand streaming at

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Florida Tech Team Earns Top-Two Finish in National Science Competition


MELBOURNE, FLA. — A team from Florida Institute of Technology that designed a system involving large-scale emulated computer networks placed second and won $5,000 in the 8th Annual National Security Innovation Competition in Colorado Springs, Colo.

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