Cleveland Institute of Electronics
Cleveland Institute of Electronics (CIE) provides electronics and computer training via distance learning. Learn at your own pace and graduate as a fully-qualified electronics or computer professional. Choose from a wide variety of programs that will fit your training needs, including an Associate Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology or Computer Information Technology.
How Does CIE Prepare You?
You will receive careful “hands-on” training using CIE’s lab equipment, personalized one-on-one instruction, and an exclusive patented lesson program, all provided at no extra cost!
CIE’s own instructional staff works directly with you to answer your questions, update lessons, develop lab equipment and provide technical assistance when needed. As a CIE student, you’ll benefit from the one-on-one approach of our instructional staff plus the in-depth technical expertise of some of the world’s top electronics authorities.
A Programmed Approach to Learning
CIE has a study method that’s so good, so innovative, it’s patented. It’s called the AUTO-PROGRAMMED teaching method, and it did nothing short of setting a new standard for education through self-study. AUTO-PROGRAMMED lessons allow you to learn electronics one step at a time, and you determine the size of the step.
Practical, Hands-On Training
As a CIE student, you can train on your own laboratory equipment, which assures that you can practice whenever you like, and repeat experiments as often as you need to master them.
Personalized Training From a Dedicated Faculty
CIE’s dedicated staff of instructors do more than just grade your exams; they help guide you, step-by-step, through your studies and hands-on training. They personally review each written lesson report. They’ll encourage you when you’re doing well, and give you support when you need it. Most importantly they’ll see that every question you have receives careful consideration by one or more members of the staff. You can be sure the response, whether it’s a simple explanation or an in-depth theoretical discussion, will be prompt, courteous, and thorough.
Cleveland Institute of Electronics is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council, Washington, D.C. since 1956.