About the School of Applied Technology at IITIllinois Institute of Technology's School of Applied Technology offers technology-oriented education and training for working professionals. Courses are taught by Illinois Institute of Technology professors and industry professionals with significant working, teaching and research experience in their fields.
Programs and courses at the School of Applied Technology provide a blend of theoretical content and practical application that utilizes a hands-on, reality-based approach to education. This allows students to apply what they learn in class to solve real life problems. Students learn about new and emerging technologies and the application, integration, and administrative practices used in the effective management of these technologies. Our goal is to prepare students to become technology innovators, entrepreneurs, and leaders of the future.
IIT School of Applied Technology offers degree, non-degree and certificate programs in
- Cyber Forensics and Security
- Food Safety and Technology
- Food Process Engineering
- Information Technology and Management
- Industrial Technology and Management
In addition,. IIT School of Applied Technology, through its Office of Professional Development, combines university-wide resources to establish a common administration and support structure for non-degree technology-oriented training and certificates, corporate training, short courses and seminars ranging from a few hours to several days in length.
To accommodate working professionals, many courses are offered evenings and weekends and are available online via IIT Online.