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Florida Tech at Hampton Roads Joins G.I. Bill Yellow Ribbon Program, Eases Costs for Vets, Dependents to Attend. Read more...

Welcome to the Hampton Roads Off-Site Locations site

Florida Tech offers master's degree programs in the Hampton Roads region in Virginia. The Fort Eustis Office Army Education Center serves as the central office.

Master's degree programs offered at Hampton Roads include business and management, logistics, acquisition and contract management, project management, human resources management and more.

Now offering a bachelor's degree program in logistics management. 

MBA cohort is forming for Summer and Fall 2014.

Contact Florida Tech at Hampton Roads today.


Announced in the latest issue of 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 at four off-site locations sites: Fort Lee, Alexandria and the Hampton Roads area in Virginia; and Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. The degree is also offered through our Virtual SiteRead more...

 

Florida Institute of Technology is certified to operate by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia.

“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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