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    Online Master of Science Degree in Management

    INSTITUTION INFORMATION Institutional Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Program Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Institutional Membership(s): SOC PROGRAM DETAILS Program Information: Masters of Science - Master's Enrollment: 10000 seats total Application Deadline: Open How Students and Instructors Communicate: E-mail, Voice, Blackboard Subject: Business, Mangement, Marketing, and Related Support Services METHOD OF COURSE INSTRUCTION

    The program is delivered primarily through internet

    Supplemental delivery formats include internet

    The Masters of Science on Management program provides graduates with skills to be adaptable performers in current positions and the competencies for long term career development. This program develops, within managers, the skills and techniques for team leadership coupled with integrity, social responsibility and a high degree of professionalism. This program is designed to meet the needs of three
    groups of people:

    -Individuals whose careers have previously focused on specialized areas and who seek to develop a more generalist perspective in anticipation of advancement;

    -Individuals with work experience and business degrees who wish to build upon that foundation for further advancement;
    An instructor approved proctor is required to proctor the final course exam. Contact the course instructor for specific requirements for selecting a proctor.
    In order to qualify to take a distance learning course for the first time, you must complete the Preparedness Exercise. The Preparedness Exercise is available online.
    Information on the books to be used for a specific course can be found in the course syllabus. You may order required books for our courses by going to our web site and clicking on the Schedule link. If supplemental research sources are needed you may locate them by clicking the Florida Tech Library web site link on the Schedule page of our web site or by phone at (407) 674-8955.
    As a general rule, a graduate student must be enrolled half time (at least five semester hours per term) in a degree program and must be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen to qualify for federal and state financial aid. Financial aid forms are available through the Florida Tech Graduate Center assigned to you. Although applications are accepted throughout the year, students who wish to file the Federal Processor of Need Analysis need to do so by February 1, to ensure that all materials are received before the March 15 priority deadline. Applications must be submitted annually for each academic year. Further information about the financial aid packages offered by Florida Tech can be found on our web site.


    The basic requirement for receiving any master's degree is a GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale where A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, F = 0. Both the overall GPA and the applicable program GPA must be 3.0 or greater for a master's degree to be awarded. The degree of Master of Science in Management is conferred upon students who have successfully completed (33) credit hours of graduate course work plus other course requirements as listed on the student's approved Graduate Program Plan. Students without adequate undergraduate business courses will be required to complete all or part of the program prerequisites. Students may choose elective courses with the approval of both the faculty advisor and the department head.Students with undergraduate credits for courses that they believe are equivalent to the program prerequisites should consult with their advisor concerning waiver of those prerequisites.
    Students should contact their assigned Graduate Center for advising services.
    If the courses constitute a logical part of the student's master's program, a maximum of 12 semester hours of transfer credit from a regionally accredited institution may be accepted, with the approval of the head of the appropriate academic unit and the dean of the Graduate School, under the following conditions:

    1. These courses must be eligible for graduate credit at the institution where they were taken.
    2. They must have been graded courses, and grades of at least B or equivalent must have been earned in each course.
    3. They must have been taken not more than six years prior to the student's first enrollment at Florida Tech.

    Transfer credits are not included in the computation of grade point averages.
    Under certain circumstances, applicants to the Graduate School can avoid delaying their education by registering for courses, for one semester only, while their applications are being processed, provided they are citizens or permanent residents of the United States.

    Students who register prior to admission are not eligible to receive federal student financial aid until they are admitted to the university. Such registration requires a preliminary review of written documentation from the degree-granting institution (not necessarily official) showing previous academic courses taken, grades received and degrees awarded. The review should be carried out by the academic unit head or his or her designee. Permission to register pending formal acceptance requires a decision that there is a high probability of eventual acceptance into the program applied for and that registration prior to acceptance is in the best interest of both the academic unit and the student.

    In the event that applicants are denied admission while enrolled in graduate courses, they will be given the option of either withdrawing with full tuition refund or completing the courses underway. If the applicant completes one or more graduate courses prior to being denied admission or completes a course for any other reason, he or she will not be given the option of withdrawing or receiving a tuition refund after completing the course.

    Check with your assigned Graduate Center for further information and requirements.
    All distance learning students must maintain at least weekly contact with their course instructor(s).
    MTH 1701 College Algebra (or the equivalent) and computer literacy are required prerequisites to the Masters of Science in Management.


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