Altierus Career College - Hobby is a private college located in Houston, Texas. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 373 undergraduate students. The Altierus Career College - Hobby acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Dental Assisting, and Medical Insurance Coding. Altierus Career College - Hobby alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $16,300.
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The Instructors were not very helpful when it came to the lectures but they were good with the hands on part of the classes. The textbooks have to be pre-ordered and if you are not able to pre-order them then you are left without textbooks for that module. Some of the instructors do not know what to teach when it comes to the billing and coding part of the lessons and so not all students will understand that part of the program. I do not recommend this school .
Internships are easy to get, there are not many recruiters going to the campus at all.
They do help you find a job but the employers do not seem to be interested in keeping the Everest Graduates for long.