ITT Technical Institute was founded in 1969. There are over 85 campuses in over 30 states. The school’s primary focus is on technical industries. The school is headquartered in Carmel, Indiana. It is the main campus that offers online educational opportunities and degrees.
Online programs offered by ITT Technical include a Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management from the School of Drafting and Design and Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems Security and Associate’s Degree in Information Systems Administration from the School of Information Technology. The School of Business offers a wide range of degrees from associates in accounting and administration to bachelor’s degrees in management, marketing and accounting to a master’s degree in business administration. The School of Criminal Justice offers an associates and bachelors degree in criminal justice.
Students involved in the online program communicate via email, web based forum discussions and chats. They have access to all student services via the web, email and telephone. They will use text books, on line resources, on line e-books and have all the same guidance and expectations as traditional students. The one thing they will have that traditional students do not is flexibility. With rolling enrollment for online classes and the ability to do classes in their own time full time working adults and other non traditional students can complete their course work in their time frame and from the comfort of their own homes.
Each school campus has been authorized by the state in which it is located. Most have been accredited by various regional accrediting agencies or are in the process of becoming accredited. All schools are eligible to participate in federal student financial aid programs. Federal financial aid includes various student and parent loans, grants (such as the Pell Grant) and work study. There are scholarships, alternative student loan programs and employer tuition reimbursement programs available for qualifying students. Students are encouraged to work with their financial aid counselors to find the best resources to finance their education. There are also special programs for veterans and active duty military personnel.