Graduate Degree Programs
The College of Professional Studies offers professionally oriented degree programs for students who cannot attend college full time in a traditional format. Programs offered at the undergraduate level are fundamentally the same as those offered in the traditional program, and the curriculum requirements are detailed on previous pages within the university’s other three colleges. The structure of the programs, however, requires motivated students to complete the work in the time allowed. In the Accelerated Degree Program, an entire semester of undergraduate material is covered in five weeks, with some quantitative courses requiring 10 weeks.
Indiana Tech’s graduate programs are available through the accelerated degree program in the College of Professional Studies. A full semester of graduate level material is covered in six weeks, with some quantitative courses requiring 12 weeks.
Indiana Tech master’s degree programs are designed for the working professional in need of advanced education in management. The university offers several concentrations within the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, as well as a Master of Science in Management (MSM), a Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSE) and a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL). All of the master’s degree programs include a range of coursework designed to give a wide base of knowledge for success as an executive.
The Ph.D. in Global Leadership is designed to prepare scholar leaders for leadership roles in complex organizations in for-profit and not-for-profit sectors and higher education. The program includes three components: a research core, a global leadership core and an area of specialization. Doctoral candidates may choose to specialize in either organizational management or academic administration.