Florida International University is one of the American universities were included as metropolitan public research university with two major campuses located in Miami Dade County, as for the main campus is located in the University Park. Why this university called as a research university? Well, this is because there are high research activity conducted by the Carnegie Foundation and the Florida Legislature. Florida International University was founded in 1965 and became the youngest university awarded the Phi Beta Kappa chapter is given by the Phi Beta Kappa Society. As part of the State University of Florida and one of the University in Florida were included in the primary graduate research, this college offers hundreds of courses with more than 280 majors and is divided into 23 colleges and schools. For graduate programs, we will find several options of study ranging from business administration, law, architecture, medicine, and engineering. For the master’s program, there are 81 titles on offer. For the doctoral program there are 34 and 3 for professional degrees.