Bryan University is a for-profit university located in Tempe, Arizona in the Phoenix Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,242 undergraduate students. The Bryan University acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Athletic Training, Medical Insurance Coding, and Paralegal. Graduating 27% of students, Bryan University alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $31,100.
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Bryan University - Tempe Reviews
I love the online classes. The interactive books are terrific! The teachers are so helpful and knowledgeable. There are always opportunities to debate issues, ask for extra help and help others. They like for the students to interact and try to help each other, which is great, it helps you retain information that you learned and reiterate that what you learned is correct. The registration process was walked through step by step with me, I was so thankful. The workload is usually spread out through the week so that you can submit the assignments in a timely manner.
I love my teachers, they are the best. They are all so nice and helpful. The college in a whole is a good institution. I feel that I am learning everything I need to advance in the career that I am going to college to acquire. My classmates and I are always willing to help each other. The teachers try to get us to initiate study buddy classes with each other, it is like a student tutoring session amongst ourselves. I have tutored classmates a few times, I enjoy it very much, it also helps me retain information that I have read from the chapters each week. You learn so many things that will help you in your career. You learn Math, English, Law and Ethics,Critical thinking, Medical Terminology, Finances (which helps you learn how to manage your money, which is a great tool) and Computer science. It is a very versatile course. I am proud to be a college student at the age of 48, and I am very pleased that I chose Bryan University. Not only are they teaching me, they are trying to help me obtain a job in Healthcare industry! It is so much more than just an education.
I think it is great because they spread the workload out throughout the week, which makes it easier to turn assignments in on time. The only frustration I have had is taking quizzes in the coding classes. They just changed from ICD-9 to ICD-10 in October of 2015, and the test have answers that are incorrect on them. The good part is that it makes me review the test once I am finished more closely. I am sure that issue is being addressed at this time, and being corrected. Everything else is great. I am very pleased to be attending college at Bryan University, I even got my sister enrolled!