Topeka, KS, November 27, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Bryan University, Topeka campus has just announced some improvements made to the diploma programs offered at the University. In an effort to guide students away from over-borrowing, Bryan University has redesigned the diploma programs to help students move from classroom to entry-level careers in less than a year.
"The diploma programs have been retooled and designed with the "technician" in mind. Our strategy is to help students acquire the skills necessary to enter into a chosen career field in the shortest amount of time possible," says Bryan University President/CEO, Brian Stewart. "The economy has not recovered and skills training is more important than ever before."
The diploma programs at Bryan University, Topeka campus will offer the same quality education, but with shorter time to completion so students can complete their education and start their career in half the time of other diploma programs. "With our economy still suffering there is a need for more compressed training programs that help individuals acquire skills for today's workforce." said Bryan University President/CEO, Brian Stewart. "The diploma programs contain very specific skills training directly related to a career. I guess you could refer to the program as 'diploma direct'."
Bryan University, Topeka campus offers Diploma Programs in the areas of Business Administration, Computer Network Specialist, and Medical Office Assisting. To qualify for Bryan University Diploma Programs, applicants must have a high school diploma or GED.
For more information about the Bryan University Diploma Programs, visit http://www.BryanU.edu, or contact Wayne Major at 785-272-0889.
About Bryan University Topeka Campus:
Since our founding, the mission of our Topeka campus has remained the same: Provide career-focused training that helps our students pursue a brighter future for themselves and their families. We also help students succeed by offering our programs in traditional and hybrid learning formats. If you are looking for a Kansas college where you can pursue a career in the fields of healthcare, computer technology, or business administration; the diploma programs offered here might be the right fit for you.