Thinking about a career change? UEI College is here to help! At UEI we offer training in a variety of programs including Medical Assistant Technician, Business Office Administration, Health Services Administration, Information Technology, Nursing, Cosmetology, HVAC, Medical Front Office and Billing, and more. Many of our programs can be completed in as little as 8-9 months!*
Our students receive hands-on training and participate in externships depending on their program of study. Our caring faculty and staff is dedicated to helping each student succeed. Need help finding a job? UEI’s career services department is dedicated to helping our students take the next step. During school and even after graduation, we offer interview preparation and resume building help.
If you’re looking for a school that is ready to offer you the tools you need to prepare for a brighter future, join the UEI family today and discover your potential!
If you don’t have your High School Diploma, ask us about your options! As a student in one of our eligible career pathway programs, you’ll have the opportunity to earn your High School Diploma while you complete your career training! Best of all, the opportunity to complete high school is available to you at no additional cost!**
Our schools are accredited and ready to get you started on your path to success!
**Not all programs are eligible.
Not all programs available at all locations.
*Timing varies by program. UEI – Houston and Phoenix are institutionally accredited by the Accrediting
Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).
An occupational field in the allied health industry that’s rapidly growing, dental assisting is one of the hottest careers today. Due to the increase in demand for dental care from a growing population, dental assistants are becoming more and more important to the success of a dental practice because of their versatility and the range of their abilities. The dental assistant is responsible for many tasks and duties in a private practice or clinic. They may be checking you in or preparing you for a procedure. They could be taking your dental xrays or assisting the dentist during procedures. They might be working in the lab, or maintaining your charts. The list of tasks and duties continues to grow. A career as a dental assistant may be right for you if you like being part of a team, can think on your feet, manage your priorities, communicate well and enjoy a variety of tasks. If you’re in the market for a stable career that is also challenging, if you want to gain and develop skills that will let you get ahead and earn good money, you should consider becoming a dental assistant.