Sullivan College of Technology and Design

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Sullivan College of Technology and Design
Former names
Louisville Technical Institute
Type Private, for-profit
Established 1961
President Glenn Sullivan
Director Chris Ernst
Location Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.

Sullivan College of Technology and Design is a private, for-profit post-secondary school in Louisville, Kentucky that is owned by the Sullivan University System. Originally known as Louisville Technical Institute, it was renamed on June 29, 2009.[1] The college offers degrees in the following career programs:[2]

  • Computer Network Security/Forensics (Bachelor's Degree)
  • Computer Network Administration
  • Graphic Design (Bachelor's Degree)[1]
  • Dynamic Web Development (Bachelor's Degree)
  • Interior Design (Bachelor's Degree)
  • Computer Aided Design Drafting
  • Mechanical Computer Aided Design Drafting
  • Computer Engineering Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology (Robotics)
  • Heating Ventilation Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration (HVAC-R)[3][4]

The new campus building currently being built for the HVAC-R program is slated for opening in early 2010 and will be LEED-certified.[5]

The Computer Graphic Design program was named the 2009 Outstanding Technical Program by the American Technical Education Association.[6]


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