Illinois Institute of Technology's School of Applied Technology offers technology-oriented education in the fields of information technology, industrial technology, and industrial logistics
To accommodate working professionals, many courses are offered evenings and weekends and are available online via IIT Online.
Courses are taught by Illinois Institute of Technology professors and industry professionals with significant working, teaching and research experience in their fields. Small class sizes ensure individual attention and enhanced learning.
The School of Applied Technology offers the following degree programs:
Information Technology and Management Programs:
Bachelor of Information Technology & Management (BITM) is a traditional 4 year or transfer program that focuses on the application and management of information technology.
Master of Information Technology & Management (MITM) is designed primarily for professionals who seek a hands-on, laboratory based program which broadens and deepens their knowledge of new and emerging information technologies, the application and integration of these technologies and the administrative practices used in the effective management of these technologies. (10 courses)
Industrial Technology and Management Programs:
Industrial Technology Operations and Management Programs focus on preparing individuals for managerial positions in industry. These programs are designed to build upon students' existing skills and expand technical and managerial capabilities. Coursework covers a range of industrial activities as well as in-depth study of topics integral to industrial logistics, industrial facilities and manufacturing technology.