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Overview

Mission

With a sincere desire to help people improve their lives through education, PC AGE's mission is to provide world class career education within a relatively short time.

Introduction/Institutional History

Zafar Khizer and his wife Arifa Khizer established PC AGE in 1991. Zafar Khizer holds a Master's degree in Computer and Information Science from New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and is the author of 17 computer books. Some of his books have been used in universities and colleges including New York University. Arifa Khizer has a BS in Electrical Engineering and an MS in Biomedical Engineering from NJIT.

PC AGE was among the first career institutes in New Jersey to offer IT certification training to working adults. It has a solid foundation - that includes an excellent team of employees, unparalleled technical expertise and training curriculum, excellent reputation, and a copyrighted scientifically validated computer aptitude test.

In 2005, PC AGE received 43 semester college credits recommendations for its Internetwork Engineering program from the American Council on Education (ACE). In 2008, the Program Review Team from Thomas Edison State College (TESC) also evaluated and recommended 43 semester credits for its Internetwork Engineering courses. PC AGE has created an articulation agreement with TESC and up to 39 credits earned at PC AGE can be transferred for an Associate's or Bachelor's degree from TESC.

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