Emphasis is placed on helping you begin to develop skills and
knowledge in technical areas that can have practical value in
the workplace. Besides technical instruction, the programs of
study offered at ITT Tech focus on helping you develop problem
solving, critical thinking, communication and teamwork skills.
Convenient Class Schedules
Many programs at ITT Tech offer the same class schedule every
week, which can help make it easier for you to work and meet
the other demands of life.
The programs at ITT Tech continue year-round. This helps you
to complete your education and enter the work force sooner.
Depending on student enrollment, new classes generally begin
each quarter in most programs.
Each area of study at each ITT Technical Institute has a local
advisory committee comprised of people representing area businesses.
The input from these committees helps the ITT Technical Institute
offer an education that is relevant to the needs of employers.
Unlike many traditional colleges, where students spend most
of their time listening to lectures in most programs, ITT
Tech students also spend considerable time in the lab, where
they are encouraged to apply what was taught in the classroom
and see for themselves how, why and what makes things work.
At an ITT Technical Institute, career preparation begins long
before graduation. Assistance is offered on job-seeking and
job-keeping skills and techniques. In addition, you are advised
of entry-level job openings and interview opportunities.
We understand the importance of students in most programs
being able to benefit from a hands-on learning environment
by using equipment that is similar to what is used in industry.
Each ITT Technical Institute is either authorized or licensed by the
state in which it is located and is accredited by or in the process of
seeking accreditation from an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S.
Department of Education. All ITT Technical Institutes (except in some instances the most
recently opened institutes) are eligible to participate in the federal student
financial aid programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act
of 1965, as amended, and as administered by the U.S. Department of Education.