Illinois Institute of Technology is an internationally recognized university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in the sciences and other disciplines.
IIT grants bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees to its thousands of undergraduate and graduate students. Programs are primarily focused on engineering and technology and include Biomedical, Chemical, Electrical and Aerospace Engineering. IIT also grants degrees in the social and technological sciences as well as law, business, math and architectural degrees.
In addition to degrees, IIT has certificate programs for established professionals needing to acquire advanced skills. Certifications are granted in all programs and include such specialized areas as Analytical Spectroscopy, Radiological Physics, Hazardous Waste Engineering and Advanced Electronics.
IIT also has distance learning options, offering online courses as well as a number of graduate degrees through online study. IIT’s Career Management Center provides referrals for employment as well as career counseling, workshops, career fairs and internship opportunities.
Other student services include personal counseling, health services, international student services and financial aid.
Students at IIT have the option to live in on-campus residential housing facilities, which are well-maintained and complete with modern amenities.
Quick Facts about Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago
Large City Setting
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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