Located in Greenacres, Florida, Keiser Career College is a private, for-profit, 2-year career education institution. Featuring opportunities for students of all ages to engage in hands-on training in health care and technological fields, Keiser Career College prioritizes helping its students earn certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees in one to two years. By carefully planning course schedules, and offering both day and evening classes, students are able to work around their existing job-related or family commitments to attend Keiser Career College. Once known as C.C.T.I., the current Keiser Career College was acquired by Arthur and Belinda Keiser in 1994. The name was officially changed in 2002, and Keiser Career College was approved to grant associate degrees. Since that time the school has grown to include campuses all around the state of Florida. The Greenacres Main Campus of Keiser Career College is one of five total locations, including Jacksonville, Miami Lakes, St. Petersburg, and New Port Richey.
Students at Keiser Career College Greenacres have the opportunity to earn associate degrees in exciting career areas like computer networking with emerging technologies, emergency medical services, massage therapy, medical assisting, pharmacy technology, spa management and surgical technology. Diplomas and certificates are awarded in the fields of computer networking with emerging technologies, paramedic, EMT-B paramedic, massage therapy, medical assisting, medical billing and coding, paramedical esthetician (advanced medical skin care specialist), pharmacy technology, and practical nurse.
The Greenacres main campus and branch campuses’ many associate degree, diploma and certificate programs are accredited by various organizations, including the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT). It is licensed by the Commission for Independent Education (CIE). The medical assisting and the associate of science degree in surgical technology programs are accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools; the practical nursing program is accredited by the Florida Board of Nursing; the massage therapy program is approved by the Florida Board of Massage Therapy; and the Florida Department of Health Bureau of Emergency medical Services approves Keiser Career College to offer emergency medical technician basic and paramedic training.