A Bachelor’s Program for Technical Specialists
Industrial Technology and Management (INTM) at Illinois Tech is a completion program for students who have two years of credit toward an AAS or AS degree at a community college or in a technical training program. Students are technical specialists, many of whom are already employed in manufacturing, construction, supply chain/logistics, or facilities, and recognize the importance of obtaining a bachelor’s degree in order to maximize their career opportunities and qualify for supervisory and managerial positions.
Attractive Program Options for Community College Transfer Students
- Classes are held evenings at Illinois Tech’s Chicago campus, and offered for viewing online to accommodate working students.
- Students may pursue one of five different industrial specializations, or choose electives to suit individual career interests.
- All full-time domestic transfer students are reviewed for merit-based scholarships.
- Part-time INTM students may be eligible for the Keith E. McKee Scholarship.
- Students in Trade Unions or Professional Associations may be eligible for support from our industry partners.
Preparing for Transfer to Illinois Tech
Due to the wide range of technical AAS/AS programs available in community colleges, prospective students are encouraged to speak with an Illinois Tech adviser or admissions counselor at least one semester prior to transfer to Illinois Tech. It is not uncommon that an additional course or two is needed over and above AAS/AS degree requirements in order to fulfill BINTM admission requirements. Prospective students may contact the INTM Office at 312.567.3650 to speak with a staff member about admission requirements and other program details, or to schedule a visit to Illinois Tech to meet with an academic adviser.
Program Description and Transfer Guidelines
Download the BINTM Program description to review admission requirements, curriculum, and course descriptions.
Review INTM’s Community College Transfer Guidelines for detailed information on BINTM admission requirements.
Please consult Illinois Tech’s Institution-Specific Transfer Credit Guidelines to identify General Education courses accepted for transfer from community colleges in the Chicagoland area (click on the appropriate community college, then scroll down to the link for ‘School of Applied Technology’).
To apply to Illinois Tech, follow the directions to complete Illinois Tech’s Transfer Student Application.
INTM has established transfer agreements or is actively working with the following institutions:
- City Colleges of Chicago (Richard J. Daley College, Kennedy King College, Olive-Harvey College)
- Daley College Advanced Manufacturing Pathway: Manufacturing Technology: Factory Automation Emphasis
- Daley College Advanced Manufacturing Pathway: CNC Machining Emphasis
- Daley College Advanced Manufacturing Pathway: Welding Emphasis
- Dawson Technical Institute of Kennedy King College: Construction Management
- College of DuPage
- College of Lake County
- Elgin Community College
- Harper College
- AAS in Advanced Manufacturing Technology-Supply Chain Management (AMT/SCM)
- AAS in Advanced Manufacturing Technology (2014)
- Joliet Jr. College
- Moraine Valley Community College
- AAS Automation and Engineering Technology (AET)
- AAS Electronic/Computer Controls Tech (ECCT)
- AAS Integrated Systems Technology (IST)
- AAS Stationary Engineer (STA ENG)
- Oakton Community College
- Prairie State College
- AAS in CAD/Mechanical Design Technology (CAD/MDT)
- AAS in Manufacturing Technology (MT)
- AAS in Industrial Electrician (IND-ELEC)
- Triton College
- AAS in Engineering Technology/Mechatronics (ENT/MEC)
- AAS in Engineering Technology/Mechanical Design (ENT/ENT)
- AAS in Facilities Engineering Technology (FET)
- Waubonsee Community College
Some of these institutions have links on their websites related to the BINTM program. INTM distributes posters and brochures to all regional community colleges, and each semester campus visits are made by INTM faculty to visit classrooms and meet with prospective students. To learn if an upcoming visit will take place at your school, please contact Ms. Eve Gutmann, INTM Communications Coordinator, at 312.567.3649 or firstname.lastname@example.org.