Virginia College in Columbus focuses its training programs on careers in growing industries.
Some of those certificate programs include:
- Healthcare Reimbursement
- Medical Billing and Coding
- Network Engineering
- Salon Management
- Surgical Technology
- Therapeutic Massage
There is even a two-year program offered in Business Administration for those who want to earn an associate's degree. This gives students the chance to further their skills or set themselves up to obtain a bachelor's degree down the road.
Training at the school is handled in an accelerated format, so some programs can be completed in about half a year.
Students have the benefit of smaller class sizes, flexible course scheduling, and knowledgeable teachers with industry experience. Job placement services are also provided to graduates to get them out into the workforce as quickly as possible after graduation.
All applicants must have graduated from high school (or have their GED) to be considered for admissions to the college. Prerequisite coursework may be required as well.
Paying for classes can be made simpler through financial aid resources. Grants, loans, military benefits, and scholarships are accepted from eligible students. Tuition and fees vary for different campus locations and programs.
On-campus housing is not available, but there are nearby rental options.
Classes Start October 1, 2014
Accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools.
For information about graduation rates, median debt of students who completed our programs, and other important information, click here
School Website: Virginia College, Columbus
Virginia College, Columbus
5601 Veterans Parkway
Columbus, GA 31904
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