Indiana Technical College


Indiana Tech online prefers to be called such, even though its official name is the Indiana Institute of Technology.  You might also see Indiana Tech referred to as "the Indiana Technical College". No matter its name, Indiana Institute of Technology Online offers associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees both online and on campus.

The Indiana Institute of Technology online programs might have been especially appealing to the 8,572 fall 2017 undergraduate students (out of 10,282 total students that same semester) who took advantage of evening, weekend, and online programming.i

Besides its academics, Indiana Tech athletics are quite popular. The teams’ name is the Warriors and their mascot is “Maximus,” a tough-looking knight in armor. The school has 11 men’s sports teams, 10 women’s sports teams, and 2 co-ed teams, all of which play at the competitive, national, or conference level.i   

Indiana Tech Majors

The majority of students who earned degrees at Indiana Tech University did so at the associate’s and bachelor’s degree levels. For students earning associate’s degrees in the 2015-2016 school year, the most popular majors were:ii

  • Business administration and management (by far the most common major, with 116/236 students earning associate’s degrees that year majoring in this subject)
  • General studies in the liberal arts and sciences

For students earning bachelor’s degrees that same year, the most popular majors were:ii 

  • Business administration and management (again, by far the most common major, with 274/605 students earning bachelor’s degrees that year in this subject)
  • General psychology
  • Computer and information sciences
  • Accounting
  • Organizational leadership

Collectively, a relatively large sum of students earned a bachelor’s degree in law enforcement and related protective services areas in 2015-2016. That school year, 68 students graduated with bachelor’s degrees in subjects related to law, such as:ii

  • Criminal justice/law enforcement administration (22 degrees conferred)
  • Corrections and criminal justice (17 degrees conferred)
  • Criminalistics and criminal science (16 degrees conferred)
  • Criminal justice/safety studies (13 degrees conferred)

This could be in response to the then-pending closure of the Indiana Tech law school scheduled for summer 2017. At Indiana Tech College, each of the law enforcement and protective services bachelor’s degrees is offered online.ii  

Of the students who earned master’s degrees in 2015-2016, the majority (102 out of 145 graduates) did so in general business and commerce. The next most popular majors were business administration and management and organizational leadership. For students earning doctorate degrees that year, the most popular major was law. The second most common was organizational leadership.ii

Indiana Tech Financial Aid and Tuition

As a private university, the Indiana Institute of Technology charged undergraduate students one price for in-state and out-of-state tuition in the 2016-2017 school year: $26,370. This estimated price included fees. That same year, graduate students paid an estimated $11,235 for tuition plus an estimated $90 in fees.ii

Of the undergraduate students entering college for the first time in 2015-2016, ninety-six percent (715 students) received financial aid by way of grants, scholarships, and loans. Of Indiana Tech’s total undergraduate students that year, 81 percent (5,572 students) received grant or scholarship aid, and 84 percent (5,785 students) received federal student loans.ii

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