Air Force Institute of Technology


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The Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) is a graduate school and provider of professional and continuing education for the United States Armed Forces and is part of the United States Air Force. It is in Ohio at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near Dayton. AFIT is a component of the Air University and Air Education and Training Command.


AFIT’s four schools include:

The Graduate School of Engineering and Management offers graduate programs leading to Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in engineering, applied science, and management disciplines. The Graduate School has six departments:

Aeronautics and Astronautics

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Engineering Physics

Mathematics and Statistics

Operational Sciences

Systems Engineering and Management

The School of Systems and Logistics teaches more than 80 professional continuing education courses in acquisition management, logistics management, contracting, systems management, software engineering, and financial management delivered to warfighters around the globe via customer focused delivery modes including resident, on-site, and online courses.[2]

The Civil Engineer School develops and delivers civil engineer and environmental professional continuing education and provides consultation in support of U.S. air and space forces.[3]
School of Strategic Force Studies manages the overall execution of nuclear (via the Nuclear College at (Kirtland Air Force Base) & cyber PCE (via AFIT at Wright-Patterson AFB). The school provides responsive & relevant continuing education courses to more than 2,000 Air Force & DOD students annually.

AFIT has seven research centers funded by a number of federal agencies with interdisciplinary scope and international footprint representing a number of game changing scientific areas for the United States Air Force and the Department of Defense:

Autonomy & Navigation Technology Center (ANT)

Center for Directed Energy (CDE)

Center for Cyberspace Research (CCR) and the Air Force Cyberspace Technical Center of Excellence (CyTCoE)

Center for Operational Analysis (COA)

Center for Space Research & Assurance (CSRA)

Center for Technical Intelligence Studies & Research (CTISR)

Scientific Test & Analysis Techniques in Test & Evaluation (STAT T&E)

Nuclear Expertise for Advancing Technologies (NEAT) Center.


AFIT is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools to offer degrees to the doctorate level. Eight engineering programs in the Graduate School of Engineering and Management are accredited at the advanced level by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

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Can civilians go to Air Force Institute of Technology?

How to Apply: Civilians. AFIT is a Governmental Institution that is open to US Military, US Government Employees, and select Department of Defense Contractors.

What are the benefits of AFIT?

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AFIT offers world-class graduate education in the fields of engineering, logistics, civil engineering, and the Air Force’s high-tech nuclear and cybersecurity programs. You can also pursue a career as an Air Force doctor or get advanced professional education in the legal and chaplaincy fields.