It's always the school question, and never the job itself, that keeps California residents from undertaking a serious career change to get in on the computer career boom in today's economy. You know you have the gift for working with computers, but how do you come up with a budget that works without any money coming in for four years or so while you are in school? If you had a solution, you would bottle it.
Well, it's time to get the bottles out. Coleman University, a nationally recognized computer school in California since 1963, has developed a major innovation that may remove the last stumbling block that is keeping many a California resident from becoming a computer whiz. It's called our inverted curriculum. If that sounds a little stuffy, perhaps we can do better. We also call it our "career first" curriculum.
Here are the basics. Many California computer schools force-feed general education courses, theoretical classes and standard college survey classes to their first- and second-year students. The idea is that the seniors have suffered long enough and should be the ones who get to take the practical stuff that you can actually use in your career. Problem is, too many students drop out from sheer boredom or the economic stress of going to college without a significant supporting income.
Our school allows you to focus first on the classes you will need to get a job working with computers. We help you get the job. We make it convenient for you to pursue the balance of your degree program through evening classes. Problem solved. Speak to us at 800-430-2030 to learn more.