Indiana Institute of Technology is a private not-for-profit, residential four-year institution of higher education, located in the city of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Bartered products were initially accepted as tuition when Indiana Technical College, a school of engineering and science, was founded in 1930. Through the second half of the century, the school constructed a new campus, introduced four-year degrees, and continued to transition in order to meet the academic needs of community members. As Indiana Tech entered the twenty-first century, growth continued for traditional programs, in addition to the development of online classes and degree programs. Today, Indiana Tech retains its main campus in Fort Wayne, along with the College of Professional Studies campuses located in Indianapolis, Elkhart, and added sites in north and central Indiana.
Asynchronous online degree programs are also offered in accelerated 5-week sessions for undergraduate students, and 6-week sessions for graduate students.
Have an accredited high school diploma or GED/TASC from a credible testing center.
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North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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