MyComputerCareer Accreditation – and What It Means for Our Students

Accreditation is a hot topic these days and it’s easy to see why. Students across the country want to know if their certifications or degrees are worth the time and effort they put into achieving them. Accreditation is important because it shows the program you’re enrolled in meets high standards.

“Will my potential employers think the degrees and education from School X are more valuable than School Y because of accreditation? Does this impact my ability to put my newfound skills and ideas to use?”

Yes, they will, and yes, it does.

What Is Accreditation and What Does It Mean?

An accredited school meets certain guidelines that enable graduates to enter the workforce with the qualifications they need. These standards promote quality education, which gives graduates the skills they need to find great careers. It also helps employers find knowledgeable and professional workers.

Without accreditation, schools put everyone at risk. Students might be enrolled in a program that will leave them unprepared with no means of paying off their financial aid. And the IT industry might suffer from an influx of unqualified individuals who are unprepared for the professional workspace.

That is why accreditation is so important, and it’s why it’s such a hot topic for people seeking a new start in IT.

MyComputerCareer Offers Certifications Backed by Accreditation

Fortunately for you and your future, MyComputerCareer is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET), a nationally recognized organization dedicated to the pursuit of high educational standards in a wide range of fields.

Our accreditation through ACCET means our programs surpass these rigorous standards, giving you a leg up in the IT community. It also makes your tuition eligible for Federal grants (such as the PELL Grant), loans (Stafford and Parent Plus), and veteran programs (Post 9/11 GI Bill®). These Federal aid opportunities are only available to accredited programs, because the government is invested in supporting quality education.

As you look to take your next steps in your IT career, or if you’re looking to move into the IT field, make sure you’re enrolling in a school with the proper credentials. The school you choose could make or break your chances at revitalizing your career.

If you want to learn more about MyComputerCareer, feel free to get in touch with us at one of our campuses around the country. We welcome you to take a tour if you’re nearby, or visit our FAQs page for more answers.


Based in Holly Springs, North Carolina, MyComputerCareer, Inc. is an innovative adult technical school with courses taught online and at its seven campuses in Indiana, Ohio, North Carolina and Texas. Students who complete MyComputerCareer’s rigorous Information Technology courses may earn up to 13 highly valuable IT Certifications in areas ranging from Operating Systems to Computer Networks and Cyber Security, certificates often required even for those with four-year college degrees. In addition, these courses form the foundation for students interested in obtaining an Associate’s degree from MyComputerCareer.

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