College Junior 2013-03-20T15:51:02Z
Bellin is very grade oriented and they really look at what classes you took and your ACT scores. If you don't have a high enough ACT score, you don't get in. If you've maintained a B average and took somewhat challenging classes in high school, you should have no problem being accepted. You also have to have done one or more job shadows.
College Junior 2013-03-20T15:45:43Z
Even though there really aren't any internship opportunities for the radiology field, we have clinicals that are very similar. The number of credits and hours of clinical depend on what year and semester you are in. The great thing about Bellin College is that once you are accepted into the school for the program, you are automatically accepted in the clinical experience as well. Many schools require you to complete a certain number of credits before you can even apply for clinical (usually in the junior year) while we start right away our first semester of sophomore year.
College Senior 2011-10-11T18:38:26Z
I am very happy with Bellin College so far. There is one professor I don't care for but I love the other professors. They are very personal. Tuition is a little expensive, $20,000 a year. I think they could shave like $2,000 off of that. By the way, little crazy that it's $.10 for a plastic fork there.
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