Indiana Tech

Introduction to Indiana Tech

Indiana Tech is in Fort Wayne, Indiana. John A. Kalbfleisch founded the school in 1930 as a for-profit technical college. In 1948, it was re-chartered as a nonprofit school.

In 1963, the school changed its name from Indiana Technical College to the Indiana Institute of Technology. Today, the school is a thriving center for technical specialties such as engineering, computer science and business. The school offers traditional "day" classes and online instruction for students who are unable to attend school on campus.

Student Life at Indiana Tech

Given the small population of students, Indiana Tech is able to offer intimate classroom settings with a low ratio between students and faculty. For other students who cannot attend class on campus, there are accelerated degree programs and online programs through the Indiana Tech College of Professional Studies.

Indiana Tech students participate in over 20 other clubs and organizations, including two national fraternities. The school is also a member of the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference, with 15 intercollegiate athletic programs and intramural sports.

FAQs on Indiana Tech

What is the Accreditation Status of Indiana Tech?

The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of College and Schools accredits Indiana Tech. It is also accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology.

What Are the Requirements for Admission to Indiana Tech?

Admission to Indiana Tech is based on high school grades, class rank, grade point average, recommendations, extracurricular activities and standardized test scores from the SAT or ACT. Prospective students need to complete and submit the online application, as well as send in official high school transcripts and test scores.

Can I Receive Financial Aid From Indiana Tech?

Students are encouraged to apply for federal funding in the form of loans, grants and work study by submitting a completed FAFSA form. Indiana Tech offers scholarships to help offset the cost of tuition, including the Indiana Tech Engineering Scholarship, the Shout it Out Scholarship and Kelly Engineering Resources Future Engineers Scholarship.

What Are Some Popular Degree Options at Indiana Tech?

Indiana Tech offers degrees that will help students succeed in the engineering and business world. For bachelor's degrees, students can choose from programs such as business administration, graphic communications, web design, information systems, accounting, web development and computer networking.

The engineering program covers biomedical, electrical, computer, civil, mechanical and industrial and manufacturing specializations. An MBA, a Master of Science in Management (MSM) and a Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) are also available.

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