Indiana Tech: campuses in Fort Wayne, Indianapolis and Elkhart.

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Indiana Tech was founded in 1930 to meet a need for trained engineers in a changing society. More than 75 years later, society still needs a trained workforce, but the needs go far beyond engineering. As the world constantly moves forward, Indiana Tech continues to move forward as well.

With its historical strengths in technology and business as well as the move to become a more comprehensive university, Indiana Tech is poised to address the needs of our changing world. Our towns, our state, our nation and our world need college graduates who enter the workforce with the knowledge, skills, talent and drive to make a difference. Whether students become engineers, business leaders, teachers, computer specialists, law enforcement personnel or accountants, the future depends on them.

Indiana Tech provides career-focused, professional programs of higher education. Degree programs are crafted to ensure relevancy to today's global society and prepare graduates for a career in their chosen field. Through the College of Engineering & Computer Studies, College of Business and College of General Studies, degrees are available in high-demand fields such as accounting, information systems, management, elementary education and software engineering.

Indiana Tech offers a variety of educational formats to meet the needs of different types of learners. Two- and four-year degree programs are available at the Fort Wayne campus for traditional day students--those who are recent high school graduates or who have the ability to attend classes during the day. Students interested in small class sizes and personal attention will appreciate our enrollment of about 700 students. Despite the small size, campus life includes a wide range of activities, clubs, organizations and sports as well as topnotch facilities.


The College of Professional Studies serves more than 2,500 non-traditional students who work full-time jobs or have other family...

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