Admission to the Bachelor of Industrial Technology and Management
Admission to the BINTM program is based on a review of college transcripts plus consideration of work experience and career goals. Nominally, a minimum of 63 semester hours from an accredited college is required for admission (only courses graded "C" or better are accepted for transfer). Those who have accrued at least 45 hours towards admission requirements may be admitted with the condition that all outstanding requirements be completed within two years of starting the program. Candidates who have accrued more than 63 hours of transferable credit may qualify to have excess credit applied towards INTM coursework.
Mathematics Six credit hours at the level of college algebra or above.
Computer Science Three credit hours of computer programming.
Natural Science Eleven credit hours of science or engineering courses. Relevant courses include physics, chemistry or biology (physics highly recommended). Up to six credit hours may be in graphics/drafting. In some cases, certain technology courses might be applied to this requirement.
Humanities and Social Sciences Twelve credit hours. Humanities courses include literature, philosophy (except logic) and history. Social sciences typically include anthropology, geography, political science, psychology, sociology and economics. A minimum of three credit hours in each category is required.
Technical Coursework Thirty-one credit hours. (Candidates with adequate college credit but lacking the technical coursework may qualify for admission if they have two or more years of relevant industrial experience.)
Prospective students must complete an Application for Part-Time Undergraduate Admission and submit official transcripts from all colleges attended, a professional statement and a letter of recommendation. All items should be submitted to:
Illinois Institute of Technology
Office of Undergraduate Admission
10 West 33rd Street, Perlstein 101
Chicago, IL 60616