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Miller-Motte Technical College

Miller-Motte Technical College is a chain of for-profit technical colleges throughout the Southern United States.[1] Accreditation Miller-Motte is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. In addition, the Medical Assisting and Surgical Technology programs offered at several campuses are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB) [2] [edit]History Miller-Motte was founded in 1916, in Wilmington, NC, as a small training facility for courtroom stenographers. Over the years the college established other campuses in Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia. In 1998, the school was acquired by Delta Career Education Corporation[3][4] [edit]Campus locations Miller-Motte operates campuses in seventeen Southern cities: Augusta, GA, Cary, NC, Charleston, SC, Chattanooga, TN, Clarksville, TN, Columbus, GA, Macon, GA, Conway, SC, Fayetteville, NC, Greenville, NC, Lynchburg, VA, Roanoke, VA, Nashville, TN, Raleigh, NC, Jacksonville, NC, Wilmington, NC, and Gulfport, MS.[1] [edit]Online campus In August 2009 Miller-Motte Col ege launched a BachelorТs of Science degree completion program, Miller-Motte College Online. The site, www.millermotte.edu,[5] offers four degree programs: Business Administration, Allied Health Management, Nursing and Criminal Justice. The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) is a non-profit education corporation recognized by both the United States Secretary of Education and Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) as an independent and autonomous national accrediting body that accredits institutions of higher education offering programs of study through the master's degree level. ACICS is incorporated in Virginia and operates from offices in Washington, D.C. A court reporter or court stenographer,[1] also called "stenotype operator", "shorthand reporter" or "law reporter",[2] is a person whose occupation is to transcribe spoken or recorded speech into written form, using machine shorthand or voice writing equipment to produce official transcripts of court hearings, depositions and other official proceedings. Court reporting companies primarily serve private law firms, local, state and federal government agencies and courts, trade associations, meeting planners and nonprofits.[

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