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    Journey to career project Journey to career project Presentation Transcript

    • JATASHA HARDY 6th 12/1/12
    • COLLEGEBaton Rouge, LA 7081714111 Airline Highway Suite 101 225-754-5800
    • HISTORYIt was found in 1946 as an Educational services, INC. but waspassed over to a ITT corporation by 1999.There are other campuses in central phoenix, Miami, Chicago(oak brook), Springfield, and in 35 other states.
    • TUITION AND REQUIRED FEESThe tuition cost $16,900 per year. It’s a two year program andto apply for an associates degree it would approximately cost$47,328. which would require 96 credit hours. There wouldbe 12 credits per quarter, 3 classes every quarter, and 4credits per class. But the cost comes out to $493.oo per credithour. They also have a high rate of loans.
    • DEGREES OFFEREDThe degrees they offer is Associates, Bachelor, and Master’s( business-only and online) degree
    • MAJOR PROGRAMThe program I would be working on is computer andelectronics technology or graphic design. The degree I wouldget it in is an Associates degree.
    • CURRICULUM OF PROGRAMThe program takes two years to study and there are 12 creditquarters with 3 classes in every quarter.
    • OTHER INFORMATIONIn October 2005, ITT agreed to pay $730,000 to settle a lawsuit withCalifornia in which employees alleged that it inflated students’ gradepoint averages so they qualified for more financial aid from the State ofCalifornia.An investigation by WGBA-TV found evidence of widespread gradeinflation. In one instance, a student got 100% on a computer forensicsassignment by emailing the professor a noodle recipe. The stationbelieves this to be a way to increase federal student aid funding.
    • WHY?I want to go to ITT-Tech because by observing theirinformation they look as if they can bring a lot ofopportunity. But, mostly is because it would be closer tohome and it might be cheaper then universities out of state.
    • REFERANCE/SITESwww.itt-tech.edu, google.com, and Wikipedia