Cleveland Institute of Technology - Mill

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  1. Lerner

    Lerner Well-Known Member

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  2. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

  3. TEKMAN

    TEKMAN Semper Fi!

  4. Lerner

    Lerner Well-Known Member

    Yes World College is a subsidiary of Cleveland Institute of Electronics respected DETC accredited College.

    CIE is definitely not a mill its been around for many years.

    CIT - mentioned in the beginning of this tread is a mill.
    They provide an address of another nursing institute and also at times they provide address of U Cleveland.
     
  5. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    Oh, how wonderful! Fake engineering degrees! Same potential for lethal mis-use as fake medical degrees.

    The bogus school has a template-look about it that I've seen somewhere before. Probably one of a chain of mills under similar ownership. Some serial mill-meisters have 20 or more on the go at the same time, e.g. Salem Kureshi of Pakistan - owner of much-sued Belford U., McFord U., Wilson State U. and about 18 others, including fake accreditors.

    Sad. Thanks for the warning.

    Johann
     
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  6. Jkate

    Jkate New Member

    BSST is the only technical school offering electronics program as they strive to offer there students easy access to information and more importantly a easier path for a JOB and a new future
     
  7. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    Send this poster a bill for advertising! If you're talking about (or work for) http://www.baystatetech.org :

    (a) They're certainly NOT BY ANY MEANS the only school offering an electronics program
    (b) CIE / World College offers accredited degree and non-degree courses in this field
    (c) So does Penn Foster - and so do many others

    Bay State Tech. may be an OK school - I really have no idea. But it is NOT a degree-granting school and MANY reputable schools have been teaching electronics courses at all levels, practically since Marconi sent the first spark! :sad:

    Johann
     
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  8. Johann

    Johann Well-Known Member

    Just to illustrate how LONG electronics schools have been around:

    My late father-in-law was born in 1896. He passed away in 1973.

    He was involved as a hobbyist with electronics for most of his life. As a young man in the 1920s, he took a correspondence course in radio. I wish I could remember the name of the school. He recalled the enjoyment of staying up all night, building a set, tearing it down and building another.

    As time went along, "Papa" expanded his electronic horizons. He kit-built all the test instruments on his bench - VOM, oscillators, signal generators, oscilloscope etc. Always a music-lover, he built more than one or two hi-fi rigs in the 50s and 60s - Heathkits and Allied kits, mostly.

    The last kits I remember "Papa" building (when he was around 70 - my current age) were a power amplifier for me and a colour TV (Heathkit) for himself.

    So -- electronics courses have been available for 90 years or so and BSST was NEVER the "only school."

    Johann
     
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  9. Clevelander

    Clevelander New Member

    Looking for more info

    Hey Lerner - you said you had two applicants with degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Technology. I'm trying to learn a little bit more about them. Would you mind sending me an email to tell me more about what that school actually consists of?

    Send me a message at [email protected].

    Thanks!
     
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