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According to Intelligent.com, a resource and analytics group for higher education raked, Florida Tech University is one of the largest four colleges in the state, and the award has been gained based on its several top-ranking degree programs. FIT is also one of the top universities in the United States.
Intelligent.com is an independent body, and it has a strict policy against the paid promotions in any manner to boost ranking. They use aggregated public data analyzing method to prepare the rank list. It also has various criteria for governing the ranking.
It lists the top 150 public and private schools and colleges in Florida based on flexibility, faculty satisfaction, expense, and prestige. The phase had a score of zero to 100 at the beginning to end. Experienced and star-graded faculty is another most considering fact for the ranking. Overall, the Florida Institute of Technology came in No. 4 in the rankings, scoring 98.06 out of a possible 99.
Because of the solid STEM, Florida Tech University has been included in the intelligent list. Programs had assessed based on versatility, faculty, course status, and price.
Assessing 203 educational institutions, the analytics group ranked the FIT program’s at No. 14, ahead of Stanford, Harvard, and Stanford University.
A projected increase in demand for database managers as the adoption of cloud-based services is anticipated to continue. Reported on Intelligent.com
Expert program in biotechnology evaluating 75 colleges and universities placed Florida Tech University as one of the 31 strongest, also Harvard and Purdue among them.
“With a master’s degree in biotechnology, you are likely to have several job opportunities, including biochemist, biopesticide expert, bio technician, and more,” says the research website. At intelligent.com, Florida Tech was ranked 23 out of the 50, Boston University, Georgia Tech, and Florida State, among others. It’s conferred a “Best IT-focused” honor on the school.
According to the intelligent’s, New York City estimated that programming and application development employment would increase by 15% by the year 2021. A million IT professionals will be generated in the industry by 2030.” reported on the site.