Curriculum offerings, leading
primarily to associate's and bachelor's degrees, are designed to help
students begin to prepare for career opportunities in various fields
involving technology, including electronics, computer network systems,
computer drafting and design, web development, multimedia, software
applications and programming, industrial design, automated manufacturing,
computer visualization, telecommunications and other areas. Programs
of study vary among the Technical and Technology Institutess. Find
the program at the campus nearest you.
Most Technical and Technology Institutes programs of study blend traditional academic
content with applied learning concepts, with a significant portion devoted
to practical study in a lab environment.
In 2001 ITT Tech introduced its first on-line education initiative,
a program in Technical Project Management for Electronic Commerce, leading
to a Bachelor of Science degree. Advisory committees, comprised of representatives
of local businesses and employers, help each Technical and Technology Institutes
periodically assess and update curricula, equipment and laboratory design.
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According to U.S. Department of Education data, all of the Technical and Technology Institutess combined granted the largest percentage (12.9 percent) of
the total number of associate's and bachelor's degrees awarded in the
U.S. in electronics and electronics-related programs in the 1996-1997
school year (the latest year for which statistics are available). All
of the Technical and Technology Institutess combined also granted the largest share
(20.5 percent) of the total number of associate's and bachelor's degrees
awarded in the U.S. in drafting programs during the same period.
Students attend classes year-round with convenient breaks provided throughout
the year. Classes are typically available in the morning, afternoon
and evening, depending on student enrollment. This class schedule offers
students flexibility to pursue part-time employment opportunities. Why