Earn Your Degree at the NTI school of of Technology
Globe University offers technology degrees in the areas of engineering, architecture, IT and game & application development. Do you enjoy creative problem solving? Are you always ready to try some new technology? One of the following programs may be your ticket to a career in a technical field:
In case you are an information technology professional who wants to advance to management, we also offer the Master of Science in Management with an emphasis in IT.
College credit for work experience and certifications
Globe University offers, at no cost, program credit for experience that has fulfilled course objectives. Examples include on-the-job training, transfer credits and technical certifications.
Employers expect design and technology professionals to have very specific skill sets. Many of our IT courses track directly to certifications from Microsoft, Cisco and other major software manufacturers. That provides a two-way benefit—after taking one of those courses, you will be prepared to take the certification exam, and if you have a current certification, you may receive credit for the course. (Please contact your campus dean about the process of applying for credit.)
Faculty are engineering and architectural design & IT professionals
College faculty at Globe University have extensive experience in their fields. In engineering, architecture and information technology courses students receive one-on-one informal mentoring and practical, hands-on training. As a graduate, you will have employer-requested skills.
Convenient campus locations, online programs—learn more
Engineering, architecture and IT programs are offered not just at our institute of technology but also at various campus locations. IT programs are also offered through our online college. Contact a representative or call 1-877-303-6060 for more information. You may be able to start classes almost immediately.
*Drafting and design programs were developed in partnership with Northwest Technical Institute (NTI), which has specialized in drafting and design training since 1957.
Note: Engineering Technology graduates are not eligible to become registered professional engineers in Minnesota or Wisconsin.