Graduates of the Elmhurst College professional science master’s in computer information systems program have been successful in landing positions at some of the Chicago area’s leading companies. They include:
What Americaneagle.com says about Elmhurst grads:
The graduates from Elmhurst: they produce and get stuff done.
Ryan McElrath, chief technology officer at Americaneagle.com, a Park Ridge web hosting company with a staff of 165, has hired a half-dozen graduates of the Elmhurst MCIS program as programmers:
Americaneagle uses the Microsoft programming language, ASP.net, and Elmhurst is one of the few colleges that trains its students in Microsoft, so they don’t need much training and can hit the ground running. They’ve been an excellent fit. The people we’ve hired also have common sense and a good work ethic.
Elmhurst grads have worked on web sites for the Chicago Bears, the Chicago Transit Authority and Fannie May Candies.
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