Brookline - Tucson is a for-profit college located in Tucson, Arizona. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 226 undergraduate students. The Brookline - Tucson acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant, and Police and Criminal Science. Graduating 57% of students, Brookline - Tucson alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $17,800.
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- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.14 responses
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Brookline College - Tucson Reviews
I myself have not missed a day of school. But I feel like if I were to I would miss a lot of information and I would be very unhappy with that. But I know some people that have to miss a day of school once in a while, but they have a very strict absence rules. So if you know you're not going to be there then maybe you should take a different schedule. I know that there are evening classes and that there are morning classes and the times never change for the morning classes and the evening classes. There's a specific time when you should be there at a specific time that you should leave. When you enroll, they tell you the hours that you will be attending school everyday. So there should really be known reason to miss because you should plan ahead. As far as transferring credits, I haven't had to transfer any credits but I heard that it's not very easy to, a lot of people are denied so they have to retake the classes that they have already taken somewhere else.
I enjoy the Patient Care Technician Program. I have learned so many new things and skills that are preparing me for my future career. The instructor has given us many job opportunities and experience. We do skills hands on in the lab which is very helpful for people like me, who are kinesthetic learners. We have went out into the field, such as hospitals and in home health facilities and we've worked with real patients and residents. That's the best thing for us, because not only are we learning hands on, we are also gaining the experience we need to work in the careers we want.
Im going thete now. I was very nervous but they make it fun and less stressul. They are right there with you if you have any questions. They came in an helped us learn how to prepare for anything while reading and doing homework and taking breaks every 5o mins for 10 mins. Very much appreciated." No critics" motto there.