Prospective Students

Traditional Day School
Traditional Day School - Photo of students relaxing on Indiana Tech's main campus

Outstanding academic offerings that are challenging as much as they are innovative, combined with a diverse campus community and the best faculty, make our traditional day school program a very desirable option for those who are looking to get the most from their college experience.

Classes are offered during the day and go for traditional 15-week semesters in the fall (August through December) and again in the spring (January through May). Additional information can be found in the day school academic calendar.

This is the right program for you if you are:

  • A high school student planning to attend college immediately
    after graduation.
  • A student who is looking to transfer from another traditional
    college.
  • An international student looking to pursue your degree in the
    United States.
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College of Professional Studies
College of Professional Studies - Student outside Cunnigham Business Center

The College of Professional Studies (CPS) offers accelerated degree programs for undergraduate and graduate students. These programs are designed for working adults and features classes that meet just once a week (in the evening or on weekends). Most classes are only five weeks long for undergraduate students and six weeks long for graduate students.

This is the right program for you if you are:

  • Age 23 or older.
  • Looking to complete an undergraduate or graduate degree
    at an accelerated pace.
  • Only able to attend evening or weekend classes.
  • Looking to attend classes throughout Indiana.
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Online Education
Online Education - Person typing on keyboard

The College of Professional Studies (CPS) offers an online education program with accelerated degree programs and courses that you can access online from anywhere, anytime. Most classes are only five weeks long for undergraduate students and six weeks long for graduate students. You can complete a full degree online or combine online classes with other class formats.

Interested students may also enroll in an independent study program offered through the College of Professional Studies.

This is the right program for you if you are:

  • Unable to attend classes in the classroom due to campus proximity.
  • Prefer to to earn your degree online because of scheduling conflicts.
  • Comfortable using the Internet and using email and software such
    as Microsoft Word and Excel to take classes.
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Law School
Indiana Tech Law School

Indiana Tech Law School students will enroll in ethics and professionalism courses which will be carried through all three years of study. You will learn what it means to be a professional, what the basic ethical principles are that apply to all lawyers, how to cope with stress in your new profession, and why law is among the professions with high incidences of substance abuse.

This is the right program for you if you are:

  • Want to pursue a degree in law.
  • Want to attend a different kind of law school; one that blends theory and practice right from the start.
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* Statistics shown in Quick Facts reflect data collected for students newly enrolled students within the traditional day school program for the previous academic year.

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General

  • Name: Indiana Tech
  • Founded: 1930
  • Type: Private
  • Character: Four-year
  • Mascot: Maximus the Warrior
  • Main campus size: 42+ acres
  • Campus locations: 14

Academics

  • Degrees: A.S, B.A, B.S,
    Masters, Ph.D.
  • Student-faculty ratio: 19:1
  • Average class size: 19

Student Origins*

  • From Indiana: 63%
  • Out-of-state: 35%
  • International: 2%
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