Florida Institute of Technology

Acquisition and Contract Management

Masters - Online

Designed for professionals from diverse backgrounds seeking advanced leadership positions in the public, private, government and military sectors, a master's degree in acquisition and contract management provides the training students need to manage the complete life cycle of a contract. Managers assume responsibility for the intricacies of a contract including purchasing techniques, policies, procedures and financial operations. Graduates with a master's degree in acquisition and contract management fulfill a variety of positions including contract/purchasing officer, project manager and analyst.


Human Resources Management

Masters - Online

The role of a human resource manager has changed dramatically in the past decade. New technology, alternative work styles and schedules, multicultural work environments, changing economic and political conditions as well as new security concerns are evolving the responsibilities and expertise needed by human resource managers. A master's in human resources management from Florida Tech prepares individuals to understand these issues and to accurately and efficiently recruit, interview, hire, train and maintain employees.


Logistics Management

Masters - Online

Florida Tech's Master of Science in Logistics Management models its curriculum against that of SOLE, The International Society of Logistics. The faculty presents a life-cycle picture of logistics, reducing costs and improving efficiencies from the inception of new products to the retirement and disposal of old ones. At the end of the program, you will be able to apply fundamental elements of logistics support to system design, new processes, commercial physical distribution and retail support, effectively lowering costs while meeting overall enterprise goals.


Management - Transportation Management

Masters - Online

Florida Tech's Master of Science in Management with a concentration in Transportation Management provides you with skills such as quality control and customer support services for transporting goods and people safely and effectively. The program of study can be completed in as little as two years if you attend part-time. Graduates often work as distribution managers, industrial traffic and transportation managers and analysts, performance management analysts, in the areas of distribution, logistics and planning, budgeting and control and freight traffic.