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Best Adult Computer Classes In Atlanta

Does it ever cross your mind to go back to school? A really good market to get into is anything to do with computers, from basic computer operations and software all the way to web design. To get off on the right foot, there are some really good schools around Atlanta offering adult continued education classes on computers.
Emory University
6 Executive Park Drive NE, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30329
404-727-6000
www.ece.emory.edu

Emory University has been offering continuing education classes for well over 60 years, and it has literally thousands of students each year. Emoryoffers over 500 open-enrollment classes, seminars and certificates every year. The microsoft classes include MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access and MS Project. The web design classes offer Foundations of Web Design, HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, Javascript, video editing, E-commerce and Adobe Dreamweaver. Also offered are Web Development, graphic design and marketing classes.

Kennesaw State University
3391 Town Point Drive, NW, Suite 1800
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 420-4377
www.kennesaw.edu

Kennesaw State University has been known over 50 years for their spirit of community. It is  just North of Atlanta, and is Georgia's third largest university. Kennesaw State University offers over 150 undergraduate and graduate degrees, and has one of the fastest growing doctoral programs out there.

There are over 17,000 students taking part in their continuing education program, and part of that includes their adult computer classes. It offers courses in Microsoft Office such as beginning and intermediate classes in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access, and beginning classes in Windows 8. Just a note, the Microsoft Office Certificate is available only for Version 2013. Kennesaw State University also offers a web design certificate that teaches fundamentals of design and how to apply those fundamentals and principles in your profession. Students will use state-of-the-art tools and learn all the latest techniques and technology.

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West Georgia Technical College
176 Murphy Campus Blvd.
Waco, GA 30182
(855) 606-2878

West Georgia Technical College services the West Georgia counties of Carroll, Coweta, Douglas, Haralson, Heard, Meriwether and Troup. It is a member of the Technical College System of Georgia and they are committed to providing excellence to all their students. The school offers classes in Computer Information Systems such as computer networking, spreadsheet technique, visual basics, web graphics, web animation programming and MS Client. Whatever your interest in computers, you can find a class at West Georgia Technical College.

New Horizons Computer Learning Centers
53 Perimeter Center E., Suite 185
Atlanta, GA  30346
770-270-2000
www.nhgeorgia.com

New Horizons Computer Learning Centers in Atlanta will take you through all stages of learning to make sure you have a memorable learning experience. This allows for direct training for your business objectives. There are five very important parts to your learning at New Horizons Computer Learning Centers: assess, learn, reinforce, support and validate. The plan hopes to help students recognize their learning needs, pursue them, reinforce them through practice exams or reference material, receive support and validate their accomplishments. New Horizons Computer Learning Centers offers everything from Microsoft Office training to Cisco training to ITIL training. You get it all under one roof, and have an awesome learning experience at the same time.

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Debbie Evans Taylor is a southern gal from Temple, GA that has a passion for writing, cooking and all things crafty. This grandma of six dreams of someday seeing the world. She's happier than ever and loving life!
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