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Lifelong Learners: Continuing Education Opportunities

Illinois Tech provides learners from all backgrounds with the opportunity to continue their education, including academic programs for learners not on the traditional four-year pathway. Whether you’re a working adult seeking to switch careers, want to earn a second bachelor’s degree, or just interested in taking a few courses to learn a new skill, Illinois Tech has several paths for you to explore.

Education for All

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This program is designed for students who have obtained a bachelor’s degree and would like to take the preparatory science courses needed for admission to medical school.

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Our Bachelor of Industrial Technology and Management prepares technical specialists for managerial positions in the industry. Our curriculum is designed for professionals to continue their education while participating in the workforce. Apply to this program through our undergraduate transfer application.

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Illinois Tech is excited to partner with Coursera to provide learners from throughout the world with future-focused, accredited, 100 percent online degree programs. We offer an online Master of Business Administration, Master of Data Science, Master of Information Technology, and Bachelor of Information Technology.

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Individuals with lived experience in recovery from mental illness and/or substance use are eligible to participate in this program that helps prepare them for jobs providing recovery support to others.

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If you’ve already earned your bachelor’s degree but are interested in pursuing a degree in another field, we invite you to apply to Illinois Tech as an undergraduate transfer student.