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ITU pioneers a modern, industry-focused educational model to deliver education globally. ITU's educational pedagogy cultivates innovative thinking, ethical leadership, and entrepreneurial spirit through practical, industry relevant curriculum that reflects Silicon Valley's culture. ITU closes the employment skills gap and empowers people to lead successful, enriching lives as meaningful contributors to the global community.

 

 

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The purpose of ITU is to foster excellence in education for students particularly interested in the high-tech entrepreneurial field. All our programs have an applied nature, with an emphasis on specialty areas tailored to the market needs of Silicon Valley companies. Students are actively encouraged to affiliate or intern with relevant local industry firms from the very beginning of their academic studies as an integral part of ITU’s academic pedagogy.

Hallmarks and Outcomes

The hallmarks and institutional Learning Outcomes of an ITU education

HALLMARKS

Hallmark One

A special focus on practical engineering, business, biotech, and media arts research projects.

Hallmark Two

Relevant internships integrated into academic programs from the beginning of a student’s tenure.

Hallmark Three

Multicultural awareness through the international exchange of scholars and students from locations around the globe.

Hallmark Four

Systemically designed, competency-based courses that utilize innovative instructional methods.

Hallmark Five

Cross-disciplinary curriculum that encourages students to look beyond their own fields and generate new possibilities.

Hallmark Six

Programs that meet the high standards of both the ITU Advisory Board, which consists of prominent Silicon Valley industry leaders, and the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC)*.

OUTCOMES

Learning Outcome One

Problem Solving
Construct, interpret, analyze, and evaluate information and ideas derived from a multitude of sources in order to reach reasoned solutions or alternative strategies to solve problems.

Learning Outcome Two

Critical Thinking

Analyze facts and information from multiple sources in order to assess the relevance and synthesize that information in order to formulate meaningful arguments and conclusions.

Learning Outcome Three

Communication

Interact clearly and effectively in written and oral forms with personal and professional constituencies.

Learning Outcome Four

Team Work

Operate collaboratively and respectfully as members and leaders of diverse teams and organizations.

Learning Outcome Five

Technical Literacy

Work responsibly, appropriately and effectively, using technology tools to access, manage, integrate, evaluate, create and communicate information and innovation.

Learning Outcome Six

Research

Identify and implement systematic methodologies for discovering, understanding, analyzing and interpreting materials, information and behaviors.

Learning Outcome Seven

Responsibility

Practice sound, ethical, and social responsibility in professional and personal endeavors and decision-making.

* On October 18, 2019 ITU received an Order of Show Cause from WSCUC. ITU Response.

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