CBT - Cutler Bay is a for-profit college located in Cutler Bay, Florida in the Miami Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 117 undergraduate students. The CBT - Cutler Bay acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Insurance Coding, Electrician, and Medical Assistant. Graduating 61% of students, CBT - Cutler Bay alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $20,800.
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CBT College - Cutler Bay Reviews
I have not received any help through Career Advisers at CBT College Cutler Bay Campus. I got so annoyed with the ignorant teachers that speak broken English and can not explain certain things to you in English because they do not know the English word for what they are trying to say so they say it in Spanish. Well I do not speak Spanish so that is of no help same goes for Finacial Aid, I would like to know how I've racked up 30K in tuition for a 2 year program when I was on a scholarship fully paid for the first year and I can not speak to financial aid because she does not know what I am talking about and I can not understand a word she it saying. I hate it and am still unemployed when I was promised a job 11 months ago.
Well, I am going to the night classes and I am the only one in one of my classes and my other class there is only three of us. There are only a few teachers that actually know what they're doing and teach you. My anatomy teacher was horrible and literally didn't teach at all. She showed us random youtube videos and then would read her power points word for word and couldn't pronounce a lot of the medial terminology. It was so bad. Then, she just gave us an A in the class for the hell of it. We didn't learn anything.
Course load way to heavy, hard to get the online chat and communication with instructor and students to even work, spent most of the time on Skype with a tech guy who lives in an other country then i did actually being able to use the software, teachers not very knowledgeable on how to run these online classes