Class Updates Fall/Winter, 2020-2021:
All our programs have openings available NOW for the upcoming Winter session starting in January 2021. Become a fully licensed and employed MRI Technologist, Ultrasound Technician, or LPN in just 18 months! The Aquarius Institute will be switching to a semi-hybrid learning model for current and upcoming classes. This model will include both online and in person instruction while being in compliance with social distancing and hygiene requirements. Students are required wear a face mask and classroom capacity will be shrunken down to 50% or lower in order to accomodate for social distancing. If we have any changes in our protocols, we will inform students immdediatley. For more information about our upcoming programs and our Covid-19 operations please call us at 847-296-8870. Click HERE to see recent news.

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We Provide training to become MRI Technologist , Ultrasound / Sonography Technician, Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
New Class Formations
Aquarius Institute starts new classes in two sessions per year:
1. Summer/Fall session: July-August
2. Winter session: January-February
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Job Placement

We have created several programs designed to assist with placing you in the best possible career that compliments your specialization in medical field.
Our job placement program starts with an interview performed by our Job Placement Director to help you prepare a dynamic resume illustrating your core-competencies and skill sets. Several companies ask us to submit resumes for different health care skills.

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* The Aquarius Institute of Computer Science is not accredited by The U.S. Department of Education's recognized accrediting body