Miller-Motte Technical College

Technical college teaching in conjunction with industry to advance students' abilities..

 

BACKGROUND

Miller-Motte Technical College was founded in 1916 by Judge Leon Motte. Initially, this school was devoted to the skill of court reporting. Since then, Miller-Motte Technical College has branched their program to cover multiple professional certifications, associate's degree and bachelor's degree programs. Their programs are based around a hands-on learning style, which is molded around techniques used in the industry. 

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PRO

- Academic counseling program
- Job placement program
- Commuter-based college experience

CON

- Above average tuition rate
- Highly selective program
- Some programs are campus specific

DEGREE PROGRAMS

Certifications

- Accounting Assistant
- Computer Applications Specialist
- Computer Systems Network Administrator
- Cosmetology
- Dental Assisting
- Esthetics Technology
- Medical Office Assistant
- Nail Technology

Associate's Degree

- Accounting
- Business Management
- Criminal Justice
- Dental Assisting
- Medical Assisting
- Microcomputer Applications
- Paralegal
- Surgical Technology

Bachelor's Degree

- Allied Health Management
- Business Management
- Criminal Justice

SCHOOLS

- Cary, NC
- Charleston, SC
- Chattanooga, TN
- Clarksville, TN
- Greenville, NC
- Lynchburg, VA
- Nashville, TN
- Raleigh, NC
- Wilmington, NC

CONCLUSION

Miller-Motte Technical College is a trade school devoted to teaching industry-based techniques. This commitment to practical knowledge gives their students something which most programs lack; easy applicability. This attention to industry-driven methods is a major justification for the high price of tuition. If you are looking for a trade skill, Miller-Motte Technical College is a school worth looking at.  

 

Common Misspellings

Miller Motte College, Miller Motte Tech, MMTC, Miller Mott Technical College

 

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Michelle

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I would like to know if you offer the RN program. I currently attend National Business and Technology of Danville Va and is looking for a college that will take my credits. Please Respond. posted Dec 7th, 2009 4:21 pm



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