College of Engineering

The roots of engineering still run deep at Indiana Tech, which was founded as an engineering school in 1930. Our College of Engineering continues to provide a career-focused, hands-on educational experience that will inspire our students to find new and better ways to address the challenges of the 21st century.

The engineer of the future must function in a global marketplace driven by technology and ruled by open competition. The College of Engineering recognizes that its fundamental obligation is to provide an engineering education rooted in solid fundamental knowledge and structured around up-to-date technical skills. However, it must also provide undergraduate students with a liberal and humanistic education to help them acquire an understanding of society and their cultural heritage. In addition, it must provide students with a breadth of knowledge and sensitivity to weigh ethical and moral issues and form values and life goals.

Degree programs

Whether you’re looking to pursue an undergraduate degree or want to obtain an advanced degree, the College of Engineering offers challenging degree programs that will help prepare you well for life after college.

Success Stories

Our graduates go on to do great things in exciting careers that they are passionate about and we love telling their stories. Here are just a few Success Stories from recent College of Engineering graduates.

Aaron HighleyAaron Highley
Class of 2011, 2014
Brandon BultemeierBrandon Bultemeier
Class of 2011

Applying for admission

Traditional undergraduate courses

If you’re ready to apply for admission, please complete and submit our free application for admission. If you would like to learn more about Indiana Tech or the College of Engineering, please contact our admissions office.

Evening, weekend and online courses

Adult students interested in applying for admission within the College of Professional Studies can learn more about how to apply or request information from one of our many locations throughout Indiana, Kentucky, and Illinois.