Indiana Tech

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by remharri, Dec 7, 2011.

  1. remharri

    remharri New Member

    Hello all,

    I'm new here. I'm hoping to start at Indiana Tech in the Summer 2012 for their college of professional studies. I was just looking for some feedback about the school. I have read a few things about the program for a doctoral degree but I was looking to see if anyone has earned their bachelors or are currently pursuing one with them. I graduate in the spring from Ivy Tech with my associates and can't wait to move on to finish my bachelors. :arms:
  2. Bruce

    Bruce Moderator

    Indiana Tech looks like a solid RA school, but it's not well-known in the DL world; what field of study are you interested in? There could be cheaper programs at better-known schools available.
  3. remharri

    remharri New Member

    Thanks for the response. I'm going to school for a Bachelors with a concentration in HR. I also looked into Indiana Wesleyan University.....but I didn't like the way their program was set up with working with the same group of people all through out your time there.
  4. remharri

    remharri New Member

    Also, Indiana Tech has an agreement with Ivy Tech that when you graduate with an associates they give you 20% of your tuition. Thats another reason why I was considering them.
  5. Bruce

    Bruce Moderator

    Can't argue with a 20% tuition discount.
  6. Shawn Ambrose

    Shawn Ambrose New Member

    Since you are graduating from Ivy Tech, you probably live in Indiana. Indiana Tech is a very solid RA school, and the OP will not have issues with the degree in the midwest.

  7. TechWarrior

    TechWarrior New Member

    I am currently 3 courses short of completing the B.S. in Organizational Leadership. I am originally from Indiana and also active duty military. I wanted a program that maximized my experience/military skills and offered flexibility. The courses are 5 weeks in length, so you have to stay on top of your studies. I have been very pleased with the experience and will be complete with my degree in May. The only drawback-tuition is expensive. I would complete my Master's here; however, have opted to look at more affordable options as the military may be cutting tuition assistance in the future. Feel free to PM or post specific questions.

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