Ranken Technical College

Ranken Technical College

Ranken Technical College is a private not-for-profit, 4-year college located in St. Louis, Missouri. Ranken offers programs dealing with, HVAC (heating and cooling), Information Technology which include Cisco Certified and Microsoft Certifications for networking careers, Architecture, Automotive Technology, Machining Technology, and one of their newest programs (started in early 2008), High Performance Automotive Technology. The school has a student body consisting of approximately 1,750 men and women. In the fall of 2008, Ranken College is expected to complete their first housing building for the upcoming start of school in the fall of 2008.

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[http://www.ranken.edu/ Ranken Technical College]

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