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Distance learning allow students to earn a degree outside of a conventional, campus-based setting. Florida Tech offers accredited course work to adult learners through the Virtual Campus.

Virtual Site

Virtual Site courses offer a great amount of flexibility, completely eliminating the need to attend a traditional classroom and offering more than 20 highly sought graduate degree programs in any one semester to anyone in the world who has access to the Internet.

Using the same top-notch faculty and emerging technologies offered in university-wide programs, classes taught in the Virtual Site are moderately sized and accommodate students seeking to balance professional commitments with personal obligations. Well-rounded faculty, professional administrative leadership and strategic technological partnerships bring the university’s expertise and resources to a community of working professionals who wish to study online.

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Army Logistician: Florida Tech Logistics Degree adds Concentration.
The Master of Science degree in Logistics Management with a concentration in Humanitarian Disaster Relief Logistics will be offered through Florida Tech's Virtual Site giving students an option for distance learning. The degree is also taught at four Florida Tech Extended Studies sites: Fort Lee, Eglin, Quantico (National Capital Region) and the Hampton Roads area in Virginia; and Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. Read more...

Florida Tech participates in the Southern Regional Education Board's Electronic Campus.

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“Compared to some of my fellow classmates and professors I am not interesting. I'm just a husband and a dad that's trying to make it through life, provide for his family, teach them right from wrong and not take myself too seriously. My online experience at Florida Tech has taught me how to be a better all-around person. I've learned not just from the professors, but from my fellow students. I will never forget the pilot doing an "online" chat while getting ready for a "Cat Shot" that night; or the warrior in a fox-hole doing his schoolwork with a blanket over him so the enemy would not see the light from his laptop. Running a $300 million dollar project and doing schoolwork can seem like a lot, but compared to people like them it's a walk in the park.” — Michael J. O'Neill, P.E., PMBA

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