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History

The College is a Dallas-based company. Established in 2005, the College – originally was founded to fulfill a need in the legal and business community for well-trained, entry-level legal professionals by providing superior academic and practical skills training. In 2008, the College applied for national accreditation. The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools granted the College accreditation in 2009. After accreditation, new programs were added in Electronic Health Records, Medical Assisting, Paralegal Studies, and Information Technology Support Professional; and in 2014 the College was approved to also offer Associate of Applied Science degrees for these same programs. In 2016, the College added a branch campus in Arlington, Texas. The additional campus adds a convenient location for those students in the Irving, Grand Prairie, Hurst, Fort Worth, and Arlington sections of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. In 2019, the name of the Electronic Health Records diploma program was changed to Medical Billing and Coding; In 2021, the Dallas campus added the Associate of Applied Science in Cybersecurity program.

Highlights

Established 2005 in Texas
Accredited with COE
Career Pathway Program (High School Program)
Title IV Participant & VA Approved
Programs: Medical Assisting, Electronic Systems Technician, Medical Billing & Coding & AAS in Cyber Security (other programs approved but not enrolling)
Hybrid Approved
2 Campus Locations

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