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Professional Careers Institute is an educational training institution whose mission is to prepare its graduates for employment in their field of study. Professional Careers Institute is committed to the education of students in high-demand specialized careers in the Gulf Coast region. We provide training programs that equip students with fundamental knowledge of their field of study which relates to the current work environment.
Programs are a blend of theoretical and practical instruction; they all have laboratory and most have externship components, which stress hands-on aspects of the subjects taught. Graduates of these programs should possess knowledge and flexibility that enables them to utilize their skills, talents, and abilities as they pursue their career. It is our philosophy to provide each individual with the opportunity and endow them with the privilege to prepare for employment, regardless of sex, race, religion, disability or ethnic origin.

Professional Careers Institute has established the following objectives in order to fulfill the institution's philosophy:
• To Provide Financial Assistance and admissions requirements based on statistical analysis of projected needs, making participation in our various programs desirable for prospective students.
• To offer an education which will enrich a person's personal life and prepare him/her to become a contributing citizen, as well as assist in increasing his/her employment potential.
• To provide an opportunity for a student to achieve a skill level limited only by his/her ability and desire.
• To offer a superior level of instruction by employing competent instructors and administrators who are specialists in their fields.
• To utilize quality equipment and instruments in order to equip the graduates with a quality level of training.
• To offer a highly qualified student services department to fully prepare and assist our graduates in the

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Professional Careers Institute
6666 Harwin Ste 160
Houston, TX 77036
General information:(713) 888 1074
Financial aid office:(713) 888 1074
Admissions office:(713) 888 1074
Fax Number:(713) 888 1079University Homepage
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