Cox is a private college located in Springfield, Missouri. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 363 undergraduate students. The Cox acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing, Radiologic Technician, and Health Professions. Graduating 60% of students, Cox alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $41,000.
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Radiologic Technician19 Graduates
Health Professions12 Graduates
Medical Insurance Coding5 Graduates
Medical Assistant4 Graduates
Medical Insurance Billing and Claims0 Graduates
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Cox College Reviews
This school cares about how I am doing in school, but also cares about if I understand the information that I am receiving. This is a hands on college that makes sure that I am fully prepared for my career. There are multiple ways that I can obtain tutoring if I need it, and my professors are always willing to help me understand something that I find difficult to wrap my head around.
The atmosphere is very intimate. Every professor is very attentive to each students needs making sure they understand everything. The learning environment is great as it can be in the classroom, in the study areas, outside, or in the hospital. Every staff member show how passionate they are about the students and their jobs.
The one thing I like about Cox College is the fact that they offer 2 year nursing program. Considering coming from a community college, I know that they do not offer this kind of program. You are either going to take their LPN program and moving forward to an RN. With COX, what they'll do it get our pre requisites done.