The fundamental mission of the College of Engineering is to provide the individual student with an educational foundation broad enough to support a lifetime of learning and specific enough to provide the necessary skills for a successful entry into professional life or graduate study in engineering and/or computer science.
The engineer of the future must function in a global marketplace driven by technology and ruled by open competition. The College of Engineering recognizes that its fundamental obligation is to provide an engineering education rooted in solid fundamental knowledge and structured around up-to-date technical skills. However, it must also provide undergraduate students with a liberal and humanistic education to help them acquire an understanding of society and their cultural heritage;
it must provide them with a breadth of knowledge and sensitivity to weigh ethical and moral issues and form values and life goals.
The college offers baccalaureate degrees in six academic areas: biomedical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, energy engineering, mechanical engineering and industrial and manufacturing engineering. Students in each program are provided with a solid foundation in the basic sciences and mathematics. In order to furnish breadth to the technical education of the students, supporting courses in communications, humanities and social sciences are included in all the engineering and computer science programs. The use of computers is emphasized throughout all the academic offerings.
The college encourages lifelong learning among the faculty as a means of supporting the teaching commitments of the university. The engineering faculty members at Indiana Tech are particularly dedicated to the educational process, in which teaching is of primary importance. All courses in the college are taught by experienced and professional faculty, some of whom are local practicing engineers.
School of Computer Sciences
Part of the College of Engineering
Indiana Tech has the programs to help you push the boundaries of computer science. Our degrees are designed as intense programs to prepare you for the challenges of this constantly changing and competitive field. Our faculty works hard to make the course work valuable by keeping it up-to-date with the knowledge and skills that are important to business and industry. Course work is supported by modern labs and up-to-date software. Faculty also specialize in individual attention to ensure that you get the education you need and want.
Whichever of the computer sciences degrees you choose, know that you will get a well-rounded education that also includes English, humanities and social science. Upon graduation you’ll be well-prepared to enter the workforce with the technical skills and practical experience to be successful or go to graduate school.