Florida Technical College

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Florida Technical College
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Florida Technical College
Type Private, not accredited[1]
Established 1982
Location Orlando, Florida, United States
Website www.ftccollege.edu

Florida Technical College is a private, for profit two-year college with campuses in DeLand, Orlando, Kissimmee, Pembroke Pines and Lakeland, Florida. Its parent firm EduK is owned by the private equity firm Leeds Equity Partners.[2] It was formerly accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to offer four-year, two-year degree and diploma programs.

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Founded in 1982, Florida Technical College is a private, accredited two-year, diploma and bachelor's degree granting college with campuses in DeLand, Orlando, Kissimmee, Lakeland and Pembroke Pines.

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Florida Technical College is currently unaccredited, as on December 12, 2016, John King Jr., the United States Secretary of Education, finalized the process of revoking the U.S. Department of Education's recognition of ACICS as an accreditor.[1][3]

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