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Polytechnic University Orlando Campus and Polytechnic University Miami Campus are campuses of Polytechnic University, which is fully accredited and internationally recognized in the fields of engineering, architecture, computer sciences and business management and administration. The demand for increased higher education services to targeted Orlando and Miami audiences, as well as responding to the State of Florida’s increased need for Baccalaureate degrees, prompted university officials to study, analyze and plan for new curriculum and degree programs. Curriculum is designed with a meaningful career choice in mind, and graduates will be able to identify available career opportunities.
Polytechnic University offers a wide range of undergraduate and masters degree programs as well as a variety of career development programs. Polytechnic University Orlando Campus is an additional location of the fully accredited Polytechnic University, founded in 1966. The university is internationally recognized and accredited in the fields of engineering, architecture, computer sciences and business management and administration with nearly 5,000 students at its San Juan campus.
Polytechnic University Orlando Campus aims to be affordable, provide accountability and personalization to its students while delivering a high quality academic program. The fast track master schedule provides the opportunity for individuals to enhance their potential for leadership, productivity and competitiveness. Our programs emphasize a sense of practical application and interactive social responsibility toward the community.
Conveniently accessible via major expressways, Polytechnic University Orlando Campus features evening, and online courses to accommodate students with full time jobs, careers and families. Career experiences can often be applied to academic studies.
Contact the student admission recruiter to get full details on academic programs, placement opportunities, and financial aid. Contact us at 407-677-7000 or by sending an email via this web site.
I look forward to meeting the Orlando students and to continuing our efforts with community leaders to provide residents another choice in education.
Polytechnic University is a private, nonprofit, coeducational nonsectarian institution founded in 1966. Until 1974, it offered specialized courses in Land Surveying and Mapping. In 1974, Polytechnic University became a degree granting institution with Bachelor of Science in Land Surveying and Mapping (BSLS) and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE) followed by Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (1980), Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (1984), Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (1987), and Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Industrial Management (1990). In 1992, the institution started offering a graduate program, a Master’s Degree in Engineering Management. In 1995, a Bachelor in Architecture program was initiated. Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering were initiated in 1997. Also in 1998 the Master in Business Administration, Master of Science in Civil Engineering, Master of Science and Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering, Master in Environmental Management, Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering, and Master of Science and Master in Manufacturing Competitiveness.
Polytechnic University Orlando Campus and Miami Campus are campuses of Polytechnic University, which is fully accredited and internationally recognized in the fields of engineering, architecture, computer sciences and business management and administration. Polytechnic University is the nation’s second largest institution of higher education graduating Hispanic engineers. Currently, there are over 5,000 students at the San Juan campus.
The demand for increased higher education services to targeted Orlando and Miami audiences as well as responding to the State of Florida’s big need for increased Baccalaureate degrees prompted university officials to study, analyze and plan for new curriculum and degree programs. Curriculum is designed with a meaningful career choice in mind, and graduates will be able to identify available career opportunities.
Provide opportunities to individuals from diverse backgrounds and in different locations, to cultivate their potential for leadership, productivity, competiveness and critical thinking, through exposure to intellectual, scientific humanistic and technological advancement, with the purpose of contributing to regional and global sustainability.
To be recognized as a leading higher Hispanic serving institution in multiple field of study, meeting societal and industrial standards in general, in association with public and private enterprise; characterized by an emphatic relationship between faculty and students, and with a culture of client-oriented quality service, empowerment and teamwork. Polytechnic University reflects the meeting of the two pervasive cultures of the Americas, thus it is well positioned to serve as a catalyzer of a symbiotic relationship between the United States and Latin American nations.
Many of the University’s courses and programs provide knowledge that may support a student’s efforts toward various licensures or certifications. However, these courses and curricula are not necessarily designed to meet various requirements among individual states guidelines. It is the responsibility of each student to check with regional authorities to confirm requirements in preparation for licensures and certifications.
The school is licensed by the Commission for Independent Education, Florida Department of Education. Additional information regarding this institution may be obtained by contacting the Commission at 325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0400. (850) 245-3200.
Polytechnic University Orlando Campus does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, disability, sex, or national origin in the administration of its educational and admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, or other university administered programs.
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550 Econlockhatchee Trail
Orlando, Florida 32825
Phone: (407) 677-7000
Fax: (407) 677-5082
The Orlando Campus is located on a sixteen acre property in the Northeast area of Orlando, Florida. The campus consists of a main building, which houses administrative offices, classrooms, computer labs, engineering lab, electrical engineering lab, science lab, Student Learning Center, student and faculty lounge, indoor basketball court and outdoor athletic field and recreational areas for students.
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