Study at Coyne American InstituteProfile of Coyne American Institute
The Coyne American Institute began in 1899, when it was established as the Coyne Electrical School of Chicago. It existed for over fifty years as a first rate family-operated institution, and as its reputation grew, became one of the largest and most famous schools of its kind in the nation. In its early years the school primarily trained electricians, but by the 1930s had added HVAC-R training and radio repair to its curriculum, and by the 1960s, television repair. By 1970, the Coyne Electrical School had merged with another school, the American Institute of Engineering and Technology, to become Coyne American Institute. Today, the Institute spans two Chicago campuses. The main campus concentrates on trades-related technical career training, whereas the "Loop campus", established in 2004, focuses on training for burgeoning careers in health-related fields.
Points of Distinction
Coyne offers a variety of career-focused degree and diploma programs at both campuses. Technical trades-related training is provided at the main campus, while the Loop campus offers an associate's degree program in Medical Assisting, along with the following diploma programs:
Enrolments are accepted year round. Prior to acceptance, applicants are asked to schedule a meeting to visit Coyne. For complete information, applicants should contact Coyne online or by phone.
Coyne American Institute Faculty Quality
Faculty members possess strong communication skills, both written and oral. Most hold advanced degrees in their field and all instructors are fully committed to the academic and career success of their students.
Coyne American Institute Student Enrolment
Enrolment is currently in excess of 750 students. About 80% of the total Student Enrolment (both campuses included) is male.
Coyne American Institute Student Life
Coyne American Institute is a commuter school and as such, neither site offers on-campus housing. The Institute has a vibrant library facility which includes technical journals, periodicals, books and reference material relevant to each field of study. Students also have liberal access to computer workstations, training videos, training software and career development resources.
Programs of Study
(Note:Not all programs are necessarily available at all locations. )
Medical Assisting and Nursing
(Note:Not all degrees and coursework are necessarily available for all programs of study. )
Degrees or Coursework