History, Affiliations and Rankings
The Indiana Institute of Technology (Indiana Tech) is a Fort Wayne, Indiana-based private institution. John A. Kalbfleisch, who was also the school's first president, created Indiana Technical College in 1930. The Higher Learning Commission has granted Indiana Tech accreditation. The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology has granted accreditation to the Biomedical, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineering programmes (ABET). The International Accreditation Council for Business Education has granted the College of Business accreditation (IACBE). The Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education has granted accreditation to the health information technology programme (CAHIIM). Indiana Institute of Technology is ranked 117-153, in the 2020 edition of Best Colleges is Regional Universities Midwest by the US News 2020.
Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses
There are five colleges on the 97-acre campus. Indiana Tech is known for its career-oriented degree programmes in fields such as Business, engineering, computer science, education, and criminal justice. Indiana Tech's College of Professional Studies provides accelerated degree programmes and online programmes in addition to semester-long classes. Indiana Tech has regional classroom and enrollment centres in 13 locations, including Elkhart, Evansville, Fishers, Greenwood, Huntington, Indianapolis, Jeffersonville, Kendallville, Mishawaka, Munster, and Warsaw in Indiana, and Louisville and Fort Wright in Kentucky, in addition to its main campus in Fort Wayne. In addition, Indiana Tech maintains two enrollment centres in the Chicago area, one in Naperville and the other in Wilmette. Business Administration and Management, Mechanical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Environmental / Environmental Health Engineering, and Psychology are some of the most popular majors.
Accomplishments and Alumni
Indiana Tech competes in the NAIA with eleven men's and eleven women's teams, representing the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference in all intercollegiate games. Some of the alumni of Indiana tech are notable alumni are Josh Judy – Baseball Player, Aaron Carapella – Cartographer, Bill Buckbee – Connecticut State Representative, Jujuan Cooley – Basketball Player
Student Diversity and Visiting Companies
Indiana Tech's student body is predominantly White, with a sizable Black contingent. The school has a high level of cultural diversity, and each year it welcomes a big number of international students. At the undergraduate level, the institution has a positive gender diversity, with 62 percent women and 38 percent men. Only 58 percent of students are from Indiana, and Indiana Tech also has roughly 500 international students from 25 other countries. In terms of total diversity, this university is ranked #531 in the country. Zimmer Biomet, Parkview Health, Lincoln Financial Group, AT&T, and Walmart are among the top companies where alumni work.