Carlos Albizu - Miami is a private university located in Doral, Florida in the Miami Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 273 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the Carlos Albizu - Miami acceptance rate is 40%. Popular majors include Psychology, Business Administration and Management, and Elementary Education. Graduating 53% of students, Carlos Albizu - Miami alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $27,000.
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Carlos Albizu University - Miami Reviews
Small intimate classes make for a more one-on-one learning experience. Professors vary in experience and knowledge. Some classes very easy (almost too easy) and some classes are more difficult. Good professors are far and in between, but this is a great university for people who find is especially hard to do well in school. At least in the undergrad level, the classes are relatively easy to pass. Also great if you want to pursue career in Psychology or Mental Health industry. However, if you want to study anything else, probably not the best choice for you. No gym, no sports, no fun events. Community involvement is lacking.
The application process was easy. At first I was uneasy about attending CAU and staying in Miami or going to another school in Pompano beach, but after seeing the great importance the school places on Psychology and the students I was quickly drawn in. In my interview I noticed the admissions counselor paid close attention to everything, from how my nails were done to the way I spoke. I was making sure that they had everything they needed for me to start, they had trouble obtaining my transcripts from Miami Dade College electronically, but was able to mail it to them.
Carlos Albizu University-Miami, it is located near the beach. ok, maybe not walking distance but 15-20 minute drive if there's no traffic, with traffic students are looking at a 40 minutes to an hour drive. Once you're there the drive is worth it, many restaurants to chose from, a lot of different kinds of museums like the child museum to the sex museum. The architecture of the buildings are also wonderful to look at. Nightlife at any part of Miami is great with a vast amount of different clubs to chose from, there's often different festivals, for example art, cinema, wine, and pet. Near Carlos Albizu there are at least four parks that I know of, and are safe to walk, exercise, do a picnic, and even star gaze.