University description (as per official university website)
About Career Centers of Texas
Career Centers of Texas is a career-focused school owned by Kaplan Inc., a subsidiary of the Washington Post Company. Kaplan was established in 1938 and is one of the largest education services providers in the world.
Career Centers of Texas provides diploma programs in the areas of healthcare, computers, information technology and professional services such as electrical technician and heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. The school offers training programs in some of the fastest growing fields as projected by the U.S. Department of Labor. Programs vary by campus.
Career Centers of Texas Academic Programs
The curriculums combine professional skills, career-focused learning and general education. The school notes that its programs were created to meet the specific requirements of employers. The curriculums provide a blend of hands-on lab training and classroom learning. Field trips and lectures from guest speakers are also included.
Learning at Career Centers of Texas
-Day and evening classes are available
The faculty has experience in the subjects they teach. They provide industry knowledge and technical skills as well as personalized attention.
The facilities are regarded as commuter schools. Most of the students attend the school full-time and are in-state residents.
Admissions and Financial Aid
An admission representative assists students with the application process in person at the school or by telephone. Applicants must supply a high school diploma or a GED credential. The financial aid office provides information regarding, scholarships and various types of financial aid. Most of the students receive some form of financial assistance.