College of Prospective Students: Degree Programs

Degrees to Fit Your Lifestyle

College of Professional Studies students taking a class in the Cunningham Business Center

We offer several degree programs that prepare you to get ahead in the workplace – in a format that fits your lifestyle. We provide a career-focused, professional education to people of all ages. Our degree programs provide the knowledge and skills you need for success in the workplace.

Courses are taught by professors who have a depth of real-world experience to complement their academic credentials. You’ll discuss contemporary issues and problems with classmates who face similar challenges. What you learn in class one night might be applicable in your workplace the next day.

Earning your degree will bring you closer to advancing your career – whether it’s a promotion, a better job, or a whole new career.

Available degree programs

The College of Professional Studies offers the following degree programs:

Undergraduate
Graduate

  Explore our undergraduate degrees

  • » Accounting | A.S., B.S.
  • » Criminal Justice | A.S.
  • » Criminal Justice - Rehabilitative
       Services | B.S.
  • » Criminal Science: Crime Analysis | B.S.
  • » Criminal Science: Criminal Justice    Administration | B.S.
  • » General Studies | A.S.
  • » Health Care Administration | B.S.
  • » Health Information Technology| A.S.
  • » Human Resources | B.S.
  • » Human Services | B.S.
  • » Industrial and Manufacturing
       Engineering | A.S., B.S.
  • » Information Systems | B.A.
  • » Management | A.S., B.S.
  • » Management Information Systems | B.S.
  • » Marketing | B.S.
  • » Organizational Leadership | B.S.
  • » Production Management | A.S.
  • » Psychology | B.S.

  Explore our graduate degrees

Ph.D.

  Explore our Ph.D. program

  • » Global Leadership
Online

  Explore our online program

Transition to Accounting

Being licensed as a Certified Public Accountant is one of the most highly respected credentials in the accounting field. In order to become a CPA, an individual must have an appropriate level of experience and education and pass the CPA Exam. The Indiana Tech Transition to Accounting program is designed to help students who have earned a bachelor's degree in a non-accounting field qualify to take the exam. » Learn more

Minors

The College of Professional Studies offers minors in accounting, business administration, humanities, industrial and manufacturing engineering, and psychology. » Learn more

Our faculty

Indiana Tech faculty are more than academic experts. They're men and women who have been in the workplace and can share their experiences as well as their knowledge inside and outside of the classroom. » Learn more about our faculty

Campus locations

Indiana Tech makes it easy for you to earn your degree close to home or where you work. Visit our location page to find a campus near you and then make an appointment to speak with one of our admissions representatives to assist you during your enrollment process.

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