2014-2015 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
2014-2015 Academic Catalog
Our annual Commencement is a joyous day because it celebrates students like you who have achieved their goal of completing a degree. For some students the journey is a straight line from their first semester to their last, for others there are detours and delays along the way.
Think of this academic catalog as the road map to your destination of graduation. It explains the steps you have to take to reach your goal. However, just as a road trip is about more than the miles you drive, your college experience is about more than the classes you take. Campus events and activities aren’t just scenery to speed by; they are opportunities for you to enhance your education, make new friends, or try new things. The people around you aren’t just bystanders; your professors, your classmates, your teammates-all of these people are taking this journey with you. Cherish the time with them and make the most of those relationships.
As with any significant journey, the memories you create along the way will stick with you long after you reach your destination. We are honored to share the ride, and we look forward to celebrating with you at graduation.
Arthur E. Snyder
This catalog holds detailed information about each of our degree programs, descriptions of classes, financial aid information and the requirements for admissions and graduation.
Before you dig in, it may help to know how Indiana Tech is organized. The university’s traditional day school programs are divided into three different colleges, each covering a different area of study. There is the College of Business, College of Engineering, and College of General Studies. There is also the School of Computer Science, which is part of the College of Engineering, and the Center for Criminal Justices and School of Education, both part of the College of General Studies.
Indiana Tech is also home to the College of Professional Studies, which offers accelerated courses for mature learners. The College of Professional Studies offers many of the same undergraduate degrees found in the other three colleges as well as several master’s degrees and a Ph.D.
Indiana Tech’s traditional day school is located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Students enrolled in the College of Professional Studies may attend classes at various locations convenient for them throughout Indiana and Kentucky. Many programs are also available online.