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The mission of CyberTex is to provide individuals with workplace skills that qualify them for initial employment in the
workforce and/or career advancement after employment in medical, healthcare, information technology, and business fields.

CAREER BLOGS

You don’t need a computer science degree to work in Information Technology

One of the biggest misperceptions about the IT industry is what’s required to become part of it. A number of universities offer computer science programs which promise a comprehensive education preparing graduates for IT careers. While that certainly can happen within a four-year program, there are also additional degree requirements that don’t contribute to what Read More…

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How 37 1/2 weeks at CyberTex can change your life

Both our Medical Assistant program and Network Engineer program have one thing in common—an accelerated pace that allows our students to finish in 37 ½ weeks. Why is that important? Simply put: Life is short, and for people who want to transform their lives as they can through these programs, they don’t want to meander Read More…

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From the military to Tech jobs: Why it makes sense

Veterans of the United States military looking for a post-service career have several compelling reasons to consider the IT field. The first, of course, is the advanced technology that exists within the military, and the access that military personnel have to that technology. In the Army alone, there are 27 different computer and technology positions Read More…

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Ransomware and our Network Engineer program

Many people just assume that computer networks and the Internet will be there, run smoothly, and never be affected by hackers or malware. But last month, the so-called “WannaCry” ransomware attack brought down a number of computer systems all over the world, resulting in losses of time and money. Starting with a few simple requests Read More…

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Learning by Doing: How Cybertex teaches IT

When I’m teaching Cybertex students about Microsoft networks, I like to go beyond what’s in the book. What I’ve found most helpful for students, in teaching them how a Microsoft network operates, is to have them build one from scratch. It seems like a daunting task at first. Many students are just used to memorizing Read More…

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