Online University Attracts Worldwide Attention

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<p><strong>Orange Beach, Ala. &mdash; May 17</strong><br />Companies all around the globe are taking advantage of the completely online, accredited degree programs offered at Columbia Southern University.&nbsp; </p><p>Commtest, a producer of condition-monitoring equipment, is the most recent addition to this university&rsquo;s list of learning partners. <br /><br />&ldquo;One of the greatest benefits an organization can give their employees is access to educational opportunities,&rdquo; said Chantell Cooley, Columbia Southern University vice president of partnership development. &ldquo;National, and even companies with a worldwide reach like Commtest, understand that a more knowledgeable, qualified workforce is essential for the future growth of their business.&rdquo;<br /><br />As a Columbia Southern University learning partner, companies receive a range of benefits, including a 10 percent tuition discount for employees, their spouses and children.&nbsp; </p><p>Partners also are promoted on the university&rsquo;s Web site, marketing materials and at speaking engagements. &nbsp;<br /><br />&quot;We are very excited to partner with Columbia Southern University,&rdquo; said Blaine Loomer, North America for Commtest Inc. director of sales. &ldquo;Commtest continues to experience phenomenal growth on a global level. One of the ways we can ensure we maintain a leading edge and continue to grow is to provide our employees with opportunities to pursue higher education through respected institutions such as Columbia Southern University.&rdquo;<br /><br />Based in Christchurch, the engineering hub of New Zealand, Commtest is a global company that provides vibration analysis and data acquisition products such as vibration data collectors and online machinery surveillance systems.&nbsp; </p><p>Columbia Southern University also holds learning partnerships with 12 other corporations, including Delta Air Lines, Boeing, Airtrek Air Ambulance and the Federal Protective Service. </p>

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