Brookline - Phoenix is a for-profit college located in Phoenix, Arizona. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 689 undergraduate students. The Brookline - Phoenix acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing, Medical Insurance Coding, and Medical Assistant. Graduating 39% of students, Brookline - Phoenix alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $17,800.
Brookline College - Phoenix Rankings
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Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.33 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.28 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.28 responses
Most Popular Majors
Medical Insurance Coding91 Graduates
Medical Assistant59 Graduates
Nursing Assistant34 Graduates
Phlebotomy Technician34 Graduates
Health Care Management32 Graduates
Pharmacy Technician24 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science21 Graduates
Business Administration and Management19 Graduates
Dental Assisting18 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
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Brookline College - Phoenix Reviews
Faculty is wonderful! The problems are with management. My class schedule was re-finalized after they had me sign a financial agreement. This added on extra classes due to them "just figuring out" that two classes were not "upper division". The school had my official transcripts for over three months before confirming anything, yet they never called the schools the transcripts belonged to, they asked me if I had a class description. All of the classes I transferred in were from a junior college, some were counted as upper division and some were not. How does that work? I have many classmates that claim the same thing happened to them. My financial advisor waits days to get back to me also. I will call her phone and leave a message and my phone number, and then send her a detailed email about the issue and ask her to call me. She always will only email me back, and for some reason she tries to keep the answer to only two sentences. The upside to the school is that if you are a good test taker you can get in, their acceptance is based 100% off of HESI test scores.
My experience at Brookline so far has been very good! The professors are all supportive and want to see you succeed. They are willing to help you anytime that you need it so that you fully understand the material. I am glad that I chose Brookline College to begin my dream of becoming a nurse. If i could change one thing, it would be that we got our class schedules a little sooner than the week before the semester.
As a current nursing student at Brookline College, the experience is better than I have expected. I have met some excellent Teachers who give their all and are focus on us students, and our ability to learn and obtain the information that we need. Some are willing to push us to do our best and be our best. Although the work load may be gruesome, the encouragements from the staff members make it all worthwhile. Brookline provided us with the best counselor for student like me who have test anxiety to help train and teach us about the way to overcome them.