Course Highlights: What you need to know

  • Data Structures and Programming
  • Analytic Geometry and Calculus
  • Fundamentals of Applied Information
  • Web Application Development
  • Diploma from an accredited high school
  • SAT and/or ACT scores
  • Transfer: 2.0 minimum GPA
  • Transfer: Transcripts from all colleges attended
  • Advanced Technology FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONs

    What is the field of advanced technology?

    The field of advanced technology involves the most cutting-edge sectors within information technology. Advanced technology extends to multiple areas, including aerospace, automotive, artificial intelligence, biotechnology, computer engineering, computer science, information technology, nanotechnology, nuclear physics, photonics, robotics, semiconductors, and telecommunications.

    What do graduates do with an advanced technology degree?

    IT professionals are among the most sought-after employees in a range of industries today. From retail to manufacturing and healthcare to transportation, almost every industry relies on advanced technology for all aspects of their operations.

    What makes Florida Polytechnic University’s Advanced Technology degree program unique?

    Students who major in Advanced Technology within the College of Innovation and Technology are able to develop specialized knowledge and hands-on skills in information technology (IT). The major is a multi-disciplinary program with an emphasis on practical applications.

    What is the outlook for advanced technology degree graduates?

    Because the high-tech sector of the economy develops or uses the most advanced technology, it is often seen as having the most potential for growth and as a primary economic driver. Graduates with a degree in advanced technology possess the skills and know-how to assist with the back-end, high-tech operations for a range of businesses.

    Advanced Technology Professors

    Jennifer Staab

    Assistant Professor of Big Data Analytics and Health Informatics

    Sherif Said Rashad

    Associate Professor of Computer Engineering, Computer Science

    Athanasios Gentimis

    Assistant Professor of Mathematics