Missouri College (Closed 2016)
- Missouri College offers diploma, associate and bachelor's degree programs tailored to the needs of today's job market, with a particular emphasis on current healthcare technology and business practices. Our educational philosophy is based on delivering a focused, quality education to each and every student. The programs we offer are relevant to employers? needs and focus on areas that offer exciting opportunities. Curriculums are designed to be sound in concept and geared toward individuals seeking a solid foundation in the knowledge and skills required to pursue exciting opportunities in their chosen field. Missouri College is recognized as a dynamic and innovative provider of future-focused education. We strive to offer a student-centric learning environment that offers relevant, career-focused programs responsive to employment trends.
Missouri College served 586 students (99% of students were full-time).
The college's student:teacher ratio of 17:1 was higher than the state community college average of 13:1.
Minority enrollment was 53% of the student body (majority Black), which was more than the state average of 38%.
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Source: 2016 (or latest year available) Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)
- Missouri College was founded in 1963 to help fill the need for trained professionals in dental and medical offices in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Over the years, our programs have evolved to keep pace with the demands of the marketplace and the needs of employers. In addition to the dental and medical programs offered, we have added programs in Business, Information Technology, and Massage Therapy. Plus, in 2003, we were pleased to present our new Visual Communications program. For over 40 years, Missouri College in St. Louis has given students the opportunity to obtain a quality, career-oriented training through our Business, Health Care, Information Technology (IT), Massage Therapy and Visual Communications programs. We have helped prepare students for their initial journey into the workplace, as well as helping experienced professionals increase their earning power through career advancement. Missouri College is part of the Career Education Corporation network. CEC is pleased to make placement assistance available for our graduates and alumni. Our schools have global access to candidates and job opportunities from our domestic and international sites. Career Services departments are located on many of our campuses and will aid in securing employment that is both exciting and rewarding. We are proud of the professional, friendly, and supportive environment we have created as it encourages educational and personal development. In this progressive atmosphere, students obtain the valuable skills they need to be competitive in today's business world. The college is an accredites member of ACCSCT - The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology.
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Missouri College's tuition is approximately $14,702 for In-State students and $14,702 for Out-State students.
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