Sullivan College of Technology and Design
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|Sullivan College of Technology and Design|
|Louisville Technical Institute|
|Location||Louisville, Kentucky, USA|
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. The college offers degrees in the following career programs:
- Computer Network Security/Forensics (Bachelor's Degree)
- Computer Network Administration
- Graphic Design (Bachelor's Degree)
- 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)
The new campus building currently being built for the HVAC-R program is slated for opening in early 2010 and will be LEED-certified.
The Computer Graphic Design program was named the 2009 Outstanding Technical Program by the American Technical Education Association.
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- "Sullivan College of Technology & Design | Career Programs". Sctd.edu. Retrieved 2010-11-17.
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- Business First (2009-06-29). "Louisville Technical Institute rebranded | Business First". Bizjournals.com. Retrieved 2010-11-17.
- "The Color of Growth at Sullivan: Green". Retrieved 2010-11-17.
- Business First (2009-05-04). "Louisville Technical Institute graphic design program wins award | Business First". Bizjournals.com. Retrieved 2010-11-17.
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