Established by B.W. Cooke in 1889 as the Coyne Electrical School of Chicago, Coyne College is a career-training school located in Chicago's West Loop. The school moved from Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood to its current location in 2004. Prior to 2010, the school was known as Coyne American Institute. Coyne College provides career training in the allied health and construction fields. Programs include medical assisting, pharmacy technician, HVAC and HVAC-R, electrical construction, and medical billing. Graduates are awarded either professional diplomas or associate degrees, depending on their course of study.
Coyne College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
The faculty at Coyne College is comprised of educators who possess real-world experience and expert knowledge in their particular field. The programs are designed to include both career-focused classroom instruction and hands-on skills training. Instructors ensure that all curriculum and training remains current with industry standards. During regular business hours, faculty and staff are required to be available to all enrolled and prospective students who need assistance.
Coyne College is a commuter school and does not offer on-campus housing options for its students. The college allows international students to enroll in both its Electrical Construction and Planning and Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration associate's degree programs. Tutoring assistance is available for students who need it. The Coyne College Student Services Department also offers career development and job placement assistance. Financial aid and scholarships are available to students who qualify. Located in Chicago's West Loop, students enrolled at the college have the opportunity to take advantage of a world-class city with unlimited activities, attractions, and events available daily.