Campus in Skokie
8930 Gross Point Road
Skokie, IL 60077
Computer Systems Institute’s Skokie campus is located in Cook County in a suburb of Chicago. We are 1/4 mile west of the Edens Expressway (I-94) and approximately 200 yards north of the Skokie Swift (CTA Yellow Line), a major train and bus hub. Skokie is conveniently located only 16 miles north/northwest of downtown Chicago, making it very accessible for students who live outside the city to travel into the city.
Programs Offered at the Skokie Campus
A number of professional programs are offered at our Skokie campus, including:
Business Career Program
The Business Career Program gives students an understanding of business fundamentals, including finance, budgeting, strategic planning, sales and marketing, ethics, online commerce, and information technology resources. Students looking to specialize in a specific subject area can enroll in our Digital Multimedia Concentration or Marketing Concentration.
Healthcare Career Program
The billing and coding track of the Healthcare Career Program focuses on the information needs of the healthcare industry. Students are prepared with the knowledge and the skills necessary to provide medical coding and billing, manage healthcare data used to support patient care, and contribute to the development of computer-based patient records.
Networking Career Program
The CompTIA/Microsoft track of the Networking Career Program prepares students for a variety of entry-level careers in computer networking and information technology.
Skill Building Program
For students looking to improve their professional communication skills and accumulate career experiences, CSI offers the Customer Service Specialist Skill Building Program.
To learn more about programs offered at the Skokie campus, please contact an Admissions Representative.
Sights around Skokie
While students can conveniently travel from Skokie to Chicago by using public transportation, there are also things to see in Skokie itself.
Downtown Skokie (the Village Green) hosts many events throughout the summer, including restaurant discount days and farmers’ markets. Every May, a two-day Festival of Cultures is held in Oakton Park, featuring various activities, food, and entertainment from countries around the world. Students can also visit the Skokie Heritage Museum and find out about the area’s history and what life was like in the 19th century.