San Diego is a wonderful place for almost any activity other than alpine skiing, but it is an especially great place to return to college for training with today's cutting-edge computer systems. At San Diego's Coleman University, we have built our reputation with over 40 years of excellence in computer education. We provide and maintain a fully updated computer laboratory where our students get the kind of terrific hands-on learning experience that will allow them to face any real-world computer problem with confidence.
Our college computer system labs are equipped with over 500 PCs connected by Ethernet backbone to each other as well as our mainframe and mid-frame workhorse computers. They allow our students to work with the full range of professional operating systems including Windows NT, 2000 and XP, Mac, UNIX and Linux. Networking configurations such as Novell, LAN and WAN also receive full attention in our student training.
As a result, our students obtain all the qualifications they need to secure any computer systems job they want to pursue. Equally important, our students go to work with the confidence that their training will ensure that they excel in any professional situation they may face. We put much more of a priority on career preparation than most colleges, and both our students and their prospective employers benefit from this approach.
To reiterate, we do not allow alpine skiing on our San Diego campus. We are confident that there will be plenty of excitement when you consider the lift that our program will give to your career. Call 800-430-2030 to inquire about your "lift pass."