– Florida Tech College of Engineering students team up to create capstone design projects as a graduation requirement for
their Bachelor of Science degrees. They’ll be exhibiting their 2004 projects, which include the Formula SAE Car, Q-motor rocket and radio-controlled
submersible airplane on April 16 in the Clemente Center. Up to 60 projects will be on display. The community is invited to view the exhibit from 1 to 4:30
Florida Tech Start representatives will also be there to explain the organization’s function as a business accelerator for entrepreneurs and high-tech
companies. Florida Tech Start is a joint effort of the College of Engineering and School of Management. Also exhibiting will be capstone project sponsors,
who have contributed time, money and in-kind support to the students. The Clemente Center is located on University Blvd., near the corner of Babcock St.
Florida Tech’s College of Engineering offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in aerospace, chemical, civil, computer, mechanical, electrical and
ocean engineering as well as computer science, oceanography and the environmental sciences, including meteorology. Master’s degrees are available in
computer information systems, software engineering, environmental resources management, coastal zone management and engineering management. Programs in
information systems, software development and meteorology are available, leading to a bachelor of science degree.