Illinois Tech graduates are in high demand.
See what our graduates are doing within six months of graduation
Career Services tracks career outcomes on an annual basis through a survey known as First Destination. This data refers to the post-graduation status of students within six months of graduation and provides a snapshot view of the success undergraduates obtain.
Graduates of Illinois Tech pursue a wide variety of industries and positions in leading companies and organizations, and Career Services strongly believes that engaging in internships, research, study abroad, and student organizations are practices that lead to post-graduation success. For additional information or questions, please get in touch with Illinois Tech Career Services.
Armour College of Engineering has been educating world-class engineers since the university’s founding in 1890. As a twenty-first-century engineering student, you'll learn the principles of your profession and work in an interdisciplinary environment that emphasizes hands-on learning, teamwork, and leadership, all through the lens our four engineering themes—water, health, energy, and security—that highlight issues vital today and in the future. At Armour College you will be prepared to apply what you’ve learned in the classroom to complex problems facing today’s global society.
The College of Architecture at Illinois Institute of Technology builds on a legacy of disciplined experimentation in materials and technologies to educate and inspire the next generation of architects and landscape architects. From its landmark campus and home at S. R. Crown Hall, IIT Architecture champions an interdisciplinary approach to education and research that is simultaneously local and global in its impact. IIT Architecture students are educated to address complex, contemporary challenges of designing and constructing across all scales. Both faculty and students enjoy a longstanding relationship with professional practice in Chicago, a city with a vibrant history of innovation in architecture, design, landscape architecture, and urbanism.
Illinois Tech’s College of Science is home to five research-oriented departments in science and mathematics. Our programs are grounded in rigor and relevance, providing students special preparation to succeed in fields that require exceptional application of knowledge.
The college’s faculty and students engage in a wide variety of research-oriented programs. Both undergraduate and graduate students can find opportunities to conduct research on campus with a professor, or at nearby laboratories including Argonne National Laboratory and Fermilab.
Lewis College of Human Sciences is a college rich with both passion and innovative solutions around the issues humans face in our rapidly advancing technological world. Uniquely positioned at Chicago’s only tech-focused university, our departments of humanities, psychology, and social sciences are leaders in forward-thinking scholarship at the intersection of humanity and technology.
The School of Applied Technology combines a hands-on, industry-based, project-focused approach with an understanding of how management principles apply to technology. You’ll learn the disciplines of management, development, technology and theory, operations, and security—and the professional skills to be a corporate innovator and tech entrepreneur.
The vast majority of our graduates obtained full-time employment or decided to continue their education through graduate studies.
Learn more about the percentages of our graduates employed full-time, part-time, in graduate school, serving in the military, or pursuing volunteer opportunities.
Every year, Illinois Tech graduates self-report their success to Career Services. Our graduates obtain positions at companies and organizations of all sizes, including start-ups, early-stage companies, and Fortune 500 corporations.
Our graduates earn competitive starting salaries
We provide students with the information they need to understand salary expectations by industry, sector, and geographic location.
Our graduates select positions across the U.S. and the world.
The list below provides a list of universities most often attended by Illinois Tech graduates for graduate school.
Illinois Tech graduates are well-positioned to pursue continuing education in a variety of areas.
Fields of Study
An Illinois Tech degree positions graduates for continuing education in a wide variety of STEM-related areas.