Become the Diagnoser the world needs!

In a complex, high-tech world, diagnosers are needed to figure out what’s wrong and how to keep everything going when things break down.

For example:

  • automotive technicians use high-tech tools to diagnose and repair vehicles.
  • computer networking engineers and IT support specialists make sure computer networks and hardware are working, secure, and optimized.
  • electrical engineers apply their skills to both electronics and electrical systems across a variety of industries.
  • HVAC technicians install, monitor, and repair heating, air, and refrigeration systems in commercial and residential buildings.
  • radiologic technicians use imaging technologies so doctors can diagnose medical problems.

What you should know: diagnosers find satisfaction in taking something apart and figuring out what’s gone wrong or how it could work better. They are creative problem-solvers at their core.

Dunwoody’s approach: you learn the basics in the classroom and then apply that learning in the lab when you are presented with a problem and use tools and equipment to diagnose and fix it.

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Fill out the Request More Information form for a personalized conversation with an Admissions Counselor. They can help you find the program that best fits your interests, your doer type, and your career goals.


Although any of Dunwoody’s majors and programs could work for you, as a Diagnoser, you might want to explore one or more of the following