Cleveland Institute of Electronics Program Review
Cleveland Institute of Electronics is a private technical school that helps busy students achieve their professional goals through a combination of traditional classroom work, distance education and career-focused experiences. The school is dedicated to giving students from all over the world the tools and education they need to transform their lives and achieve deeper personal fulfillment through professional success, financial stability and sense of self worth.
In 1934, the school was founded as the Smith Practical Radio Institute in Cleveland, OH. In 1956, CIE patented the Auto-Programmed method of learning and subsequently experienced a growth spurt in student body and resources. Today, the school is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council, allowing it to serve more students seeking a higher status institution, including online.
Courses at the certificate, Associate's and Bachelor's level are offered at Cleveland Institute of Electronics, providing professional training for students at varying levels of education. Coursework is offered in wireless communications, electronics technology, broadcast engineering, computer information systems and more.
Students at CIE can choose to work around their busy schedules while taking classes, and they have access to a supportive community devoted to helping them succeed. Students can use the CIE Bookstore to purchase lab equipment, study guides and books for class. The employment assistance program give students an edge when applying for jobs in their field after graduation, including resume help and a letter of recommendation from the president of CIE. The school also provides certain benefits to military students, including tuition assistance.