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Nassau County

Levittown Campus

Nassau Mall
3601 Hempstead Turnpike
Unit 19
Levittown, New York 11756-1331

Hours of Operation

8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday
Closed on major holidays


Why Choose Hunter Business School?

Are you looking for a vocational or trade school in Levittown? Hunter Business School offers vocational training classes to improve your technical skills at our Levittown school campus.

Whether you want a career in the medical field or information technology, Hunter Business School offers the vocational training courses that will take your career to the next level.

The Hunter Business School Levittown campus offers Computer Technology vocational training, Web Application Design and Development, Medical Assisting, Medical Billing, Medical Office Administration, Radiologic Technology, and Practical Nursing.

These vocational training courses of study prepare Hunter Business School’s graduates for entry-level positions to take advantage of their vocational skills. Hunter Business School also offers a Career Services department that provides placement assistance to our vocational school graduates.

With vocational school experience and the technical skills learned at Hunter Business School, students can achieve the career training they deserve.

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Medical assistants are a physician’s right-hand person in the medical environment. Our graduates at the Levittown campus are able to perform both clinical and administrative tasks, including phlebotomy, EKG, and posting to electronic medical records.

Medical office administrative staff members learn many tasks, including medical billing and coding, interacting with patients and scheduling appointments. Our graduates at the Levittown campus are able to update electronic medical records, code and file insurance claims, and maintain patient accounts.

Computer and network technicians repair and maintain computers and servers, install and update software, and create and maintain computer networks. After completing a computer training program at Hunter Business School, you will be able to perform your work at a single location or go out into the field.

Web app designers and developers are responsible for creating a website that is functional, user-friendly, and aesthetically pleasing. Our graduates at the Levittown campus write original code for both the front end and back end of software applications.

LPNs provide basic nursing care while being supervised by an RN or doctor. Our graduates’ functions include the monitoring of vital signs, changing and dressing wounds, maintaining patient histories, and assisting with various tests and procedures.

X-ray technologists use radiation to produce images that detect injury and disease. Our graduates at the Levittown campus have a thorough technical understanding of anatomy and physiology, patient positioning, patient care, radiation protection, and image analysis.

Medical billers play a vital role in the connection between health care providers, patients, and insurance companies. Our graduates at the Levittown campus not only bill for medical services, but also code and post electronic medical records.

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