Interactive College of Technology

About

Interactive College of Technology currently has seven locations, located in three states. The college offers Associate Degrees, Diploma Degrees and English as a Second Language Certification at our 4 campuses located in Georgia and Kentucky. The Interactive Learning Systems, consisting of 3 campuses located in Texas, offers Diploma Programs and English as a Second Language Programs.

 

The institution mission and purpose, is to provide training required for emerging, in-demand occupations that satisfy both students and community needs and leads to well-paying positions. Societal technology requires increasingly greater skills, knowledge, and proficiencies for success in a vocation or profession. The institution strives to make the learning process an individualized, change‑oriented, market‑centered process that enables each student, regardless of background, to maximize his/her potential.

At Interactive College of Technology, we deliver a significant portion of the Occupational programs through computer-based, hands-on training, while offering students an opportunity to obtain an Associate Degree in several in-demand areas. Programs are also available in HVAC/R Technology, and the institution offers one of the nation’s most comprehensive English as a Second Language programs, serving students from virtually all corners of the world.

The institution was founded in Athens, Georgia (as Akers Computerized Learning Centers) on April 12, 1982, approximately two years after development of the educational courseware had begun. The demand and popularity led to the opening of three additional sites in Atlanta in 1983, with a fourth being added in 1985. An initial Texas Campus was opened in Dallas in 1986. On December 30, 1986, the organization was acquired by Interactive Learning Systems. Under new ownership, campuses were added in Houston, Texas and Florence, Kentucky.

In 1988, the Board of Directors was expanded and the institution received initial accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and School, Commission on Occupational Education. In 1995, the Main Campus was approved to offer the Associate Degree in Office Technology, Computer Programming, and Electronics Repair Technology. These programs allow diploma-completing students to receive full transfer credit into the degree programs. In 1996, the Main Campus was moved to Chamblee, Georgia, and the name was changed to Interactive College of Technology. The campus includes laboratory and classroom facilities serving over 1,200 students from all over the world.

The Motto:

The institution educates its students in an environment that fosters interdependence between quality education and business enterprise with its motto of: QUALITY, SERVICE and COMMITMENT.

 

Institution Vision Statement:

We are an educational organization which strives to deliver products and services that help each student to realize his/her individual potential and make a positive difference in his/her life.

 

We welcome any questions and invite you to see for yourself why so many people have relied on ICT to help them achieve their goals.

 

Accreditation:

The institution is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE), which is the successor to COEI of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

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