Brightwood College - Las Vegas Reviews
There are a lot of bumps in the road, and at times the right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing. Every instructor is completely different in the way that they want things and their expectations, and that is very rarely made clear when you switch to a new instructor/mod.
When I first went to Brightwood college I knew I was going to wasting my time the people are nice but it was I was not learning anything. I spent most of my time contemplating weather I should stay there or leave but they did me a favor and kicked me out. when the teacher gives a lecture all I want to do is band my head on the table, the teachers don't seem to be liking their jobs.
The school is a joke. I didn’t listen to people when first signing up and now I know why everyone was telling me that I would be wasting money attending here. Better off attending CSN if you would like to enter a Nursing a program. Brightwood does a bucket system every class needs a 75% in every bucket and there are two-three buckets in each class. Teachers are all old retired people who just want something to do to keep active. Math consist of essays also don’t plan on trying to work when attending you will have class Monday to Friday from 8am-6pm. So much more to say but his will get lengthy
They are by far the most helpful school I've chosen to go to. Everybody is absolutely amazing. The programs are good too. Highly recommend
Brightwood is a very unique school. Right when you walk in you get this feel at home. the faculty at brightwood are very kind and generous. The teachers as well are very involved with the students. They really do help you out Whether its academically, needing food or even with financial aid.
if you do have credit from another school, they can be tranferred.
they do have some online courses.
I will be a complete a degree here.
I would not ask for nothing more, this school is amazing.
Teacher are very help on making sure you know the right material before you step into your career field
The staff and Teacher are there for you..
all the professors, staff, as well as the students are extreamly helpful, and everyone is eager to watch and help one and another succeed.
Being in my major is interesting because the work load is dependent on how much you decide to study and put into the class the same gos for the curriculum. The facilites offer lots of help to help you with a job because they want to see you succeed, also internship opportunities are always around and they even give you options as to where you could go to intern.
It is accelerated but it goes by fast. Difficult if you work 50 hours a week. You don't get the choice of taking a lighter load. Do it or don't and it is over before you know it.
It is a school that you have to be determined that this is what you are going to do when you start. I did change programs early which seemed to cause some confusion but it has worked out. Apparently that is not commonly done. I haven't tried to use my credits at another school and my past earned credits weren't even looked at. They have their own programs, it's not separated like a community college math, english etc.
Most of your work is done online, class is competencies and lecture. It is good but you have deadlines and they are not flexible so you have to plan your week accordingly.
The instructors are great. It is very structured. There isn't much flexibility. MA has is at offered morning, afternoon or evening but that is the biggest choice. Classes are offered in 5 hour periods, certain days. You have to build your schedule around it. You lose a lot of points if you miss class.