Advancement for Trainees and Journeyman Stationary Engineers
INTM has an established partnership with the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 399. Individuals who have completed an AAS degree (or equivalent coursework) in Facilities Engineering Technology (FET) at Triton College, or other HVAC or Stationary Engineering program at a regional community college (including Moraine Valley, College of DuPage, or Joliet Junior College) may continue their education and obtain a bachelors degree in the INTM program at Illinois Tech.
Obtaining the Bachelor of Industrial Technology and Management (BINTM) degree requires a total of 126 credits, accomplished by transferring 60 credits from an accredited college and completion of 66 credits at IIT.
- IIT COURSE SCHEDULE & ATTENDANCE OPTIONS
Most students attend on a part-time basis (taking two or three courses per semester) and finish the program in about four years; however students may proceed through the program at their own pace.
All INTM courses meet live at Main Campus in Chicago and are available online, offering great flexibility for those who work varying shifts or must travel frequently for work.
- TUITION SUPPORT
Scholarships are available to both part-time and full-time students. IUOE Local 399 members whose employers contribute to the Education Training Fund (ETP) may qualify for additional Local 399 ETF Benefits.
Questions? Pease contact Pam Houser, INTM Program Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.567.3650