QuickStart Teams Up With Online Universities To Offer College Credits On IT Courses

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The IT Training Provider Has Teamed Up With ABTU and University of Phoenix to Offer College Credits on its IT Technical Certification Training Courses

In an effort to facilitate students in their academic ventures, QuickStart and its affiliates have signed an articulation agreement with the American Business & Technology University and the University of Phoenix to offer college credits on its IT Technical Certification Training Courses.

Now all the QuickStart learners will be eligible to receive college credits on the selected courses and apply it towards their degree should they choose to pursue their degree programs from one of the universities.

The American Business & Technology University (ABTU) and University of Phoenix Online (UOP) are both online universities. This makes both ABTU and UOP a natural fit for QuickStart and its learners.

“We are excited about this partnership with ABTU.” Says Ed Sattar, CEO of QuickStart, “QuickStart is all about using bleeding edge technologies to create a transformational and personal experience for learners. All of our certifications are designed to empower technology teams and IT professionals. By partnering up with ABTU and UOP, we will be able to offer college credits to our students, which will help them in their pursuit of professional degrees.”

Founded in 2001, ABTU was the first school of its kind to offer live, real-time streaming of live lectures that can be delivered to any internet ready device. The college offers bachelor’s degrees, associate's degrees technical diplomas, and an MBA in different domains in IT and economy.

“As a Best Value School award recipient, we are very careful in who we partner up with. With QuickStart, I am happy to say that we have found a reliable IT training provider that has three decades of experience in the industry. I am confident that our students can benefit greatly from their CLIPP platform and IT instructors, and that the transition from QuickStart to ABTU and vice versa will be smooth and seamless for all learners enrolled in different courses,” said Lute Atieh, CEO of ABTU.

The courses span over the following categories:

  •     Cyber Security
  •     Database Administration
  •     Development/Programming
  •     IT Foundations
  •     Network Administration
  •     Project Management
  •     Server Administration

The hours of credit you get for each course ranges from one to three hours.

About QuickStart

For three decades, QuickStart has been known as a provider of premier IT technical and developer training and the industry’s only four-time Microsoft Gold Learning Partner. Today, QuickStart's mission is to help organizations transform IT project performance and career growth through cognitive learning platform and multi-mode training.


For more information about the partnership between ABTU and QuickStart, visit this page: http://info.abtu.edu/quickstart

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