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Technical Career Institutes

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TECHNICAL

Career Institutes is an urban, degree-granting college that provides higher education and technical training to men and women.
The mission of TCI is to...
-provide higher education and advanced training to prepare students for meaningful careers.
-offer degree programs within the context of a well-designed framework of liberal arts and sciences.
-offer degree programs including both theoretical and practical components, as appropriate, to prepare graduates to advance in their chosen careers.
-provide students with the educational foundation for advanced study.
-provide an educational environment that imparts the attitudes and skills that will enable students to continue learning throughout their lives.
-identify needs and issues facing our local community and to provide appropriate academic and non-academic programs to foster positive growth in that community.

TCI Average Job Salaries

$75,000Starting Salary
$20,00010 Year Salary
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TCI Address

TECHNICAL CAREER INSTITUTES
320 W 31ST ST
NEW YORK, NY10001
General info:(212) 594-4000
Financial aid office:(212) 594-4000 X5005
Admissions office:(800) 878-8246
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