Graduate Admissions Requirement

Florida Polytechnic University is dedicated to helping you prepare for a more fulfilling career and future. A graduate degree in Engineering or Innovation & Technology is the perfect credential to take an existing skill set to the next level or to move your life in a new and exciting direction.

A bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Applied Sciences, or a closely related discipline from a regionally accredited university

Master of Science in Innovation & Technology
Master of Science in Engineering

Florida Polytechnic University Graduate Admissions Process:

  1. Admissions Application: Graduate Admissions applications can be completed here. The application fee is a non-refundable $30.
  2. College Transcripts: Please provide transcripts from all undergraduate course work completed.
  3. GRE: All applicants are required to submit GRE scores. Please request that scores to be sent from ETS to Florida Polytechnic University.
  4. Recommendation Letters: Two letters of recommendation are required.
  5. Letter of Intent: Please provide a statement that reflects your interest in the program. Please provide information on research interests, and relative current or past experience in the field of interest.

Note: All documents can be sent to the address below:

Florida Polytechnic University
Office of Admission
4700 Research Way, Lakeland, FL 33805

*Letters of Recommendation and Letter of Intent can be emailed directly to your admissions contact listed below.

Admissions Deadlines:

The Graduate Program enrolls students for Fall terms only. The Admissions Deadline for the Admissions Application and all supporting documents is March 15th. No decision will be given until after the March 15th deadline.

For more information please contact:

Domestic Students

Lauren Willison, Director of Admissions

International Students

Mustapha Achoubane, Associate Director of International Students


Industry Partnerships

Florida Polytechnic University has partnership agreements with more than 80 industry-leading firms that focus or rely on engineering and advanced technology for their products and operations. These partnerships not only help to inform the University’s curriculum to ensure it meets real-world demand, they also offer students the opportunity to network with and learn from industry professionals. Florida Poly’s partners include Microsoft, Cisco, Harris Corporation, Bright House, Lockheed Martin, Tektronix and many, many more.

Students at Florida Poly are able to solve real-world problems and collaborate with industry to address challenges and explore future technological advancements. Students also benefit from internships, business and employment opportunities with industry partners. Hands-on experience in our advanced labs and classrooms combined with interaction among the university’s industry partners gives Florida Poly students a real competitive edge when entering the workforce.

Top 5 reasons to join the charge in

STEM Education

  1. 1

    Advancing Technology Advances the World:  Florida’s only public university dedicated to STEM was created to be both a rigorous academic institution and a powerful resource for high-tech industries.

  2. 2

    Next-generation Learning:  Florida Poly students are not limited to a traditional classroom experience. We provide hands-on, experiential learning based on industry demand, taking education beyond the classroom and into the real world.

  3. 3

    Industry-leading Partners:  Students benefit from industry partnerships that Florida Poly has formed with more than 80 companies, including Harris Corporation, Microsoft, Lockheed Martin, Cisco, Bright House and many, many more.

  4. 4

    Blurring the Lines of Career & College:  Florida Poly graduates stand apart from the rest, entering the high-tech workforce job ready because they possess the experience, skill and knowledge to make a difference.

  5. 5

    We’re as Ambitious as You Are:  Florida Poly was created in 2012 as a wholly innovative university dedicated to the principle that innovation occurs when research and creativity are applied to real-world challenges. We’re wired to change the world.