Recent Alumnus 2013-02-06T04:57:35Z
I think the workload is a lot, but not bad for a 2 year program. The professors are always there to help and to do tutoring sessions when needed. The teachers are pretty involved with the students. The registration process was a long process, including testing and interviews, but well worth it.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-06T04:52:09Z
Most of my school consists of people that have jobs, children, families (working class people). The students that live close to each other or don't have children tend to get together more often than others. Socializing is not a main priority in my class.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-18T08:34:24Z
The student body is very diverse. The age ranges are from just out of high school to middle-aged. The life experiences vary greatly from people getting life back on track after rehab to single parents to people out of the military. The classes tend to be cohesive and a good environment to get acquainted with new and different people.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-18T08:23:29Z
The professors are generally accessible during and even after business hours. The curriculum may be review for some students (algebra, basic communication, basic computer literacy, anatomy & physiology). The teachers are not experts in any field except radiography so the math, A&P, communications lectures come directly from the textbooks with little additional explanations. The registration process is automatic. The class size is good at 30 students. The workload consists of 8 classes the first semester and 6 classes the second semester. Externship goes from semesters 3 to 6 for four days a week and two classes one day a week on campus. Externship is working a full-time day job without pay. It is difficult to work more than part-time a couple of days a week on top of extern.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-18T08:03:07Z
Since the pre-requisites are built into the program, some or most of the information may be review for some students with previous college experience. Transfer credits are accepted but dropping below full-time status may affect financial aid. The class schedule is predictable for the most part. No one teacher is an expert or has a degree in the subjects being taught (biology, math, communications, anatomy & physiology). Since I have college experience and a strong math background, the lack of knowledge by the teachers was frustrating many times. Assignments are accepted after the due dates and are given full credit many times, which is unfair to students who work hard to turn everything in on time. The academics are not overly difficult. The difficult part is the workload, time requirements, and multiple tests each week on top of working a job.
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