Davis Applied Tech is an above-average public college located in Kaysville, Utah in the Salt Lake City Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 575 undergraduate students. The Davis Applied Tech acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing Assistant, Welding, and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN). Graduating 52% of students, Davis Applied Tech alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $24,000.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.9 responses
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- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.9 responses
Most Popular Majors
Nursing Assistant559 Graduates
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)89 Graduates
Esthetician and Skin Care62 Graduates
Business Support Services60 Graduates
Web Page and Digital Design60 Graduates
Pharmacy Technician56 Graduates
Information Science51 Graduates
Materials Engineering46 Graduates
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Davis Applied Technology College Reviews
Overall just a pretty miserable experience. You might as well just take an online class, because that’s basically all you do here. You read a textbook, then take a test on what you read in the textbook. The teachers do basically nothing, certainly not teaching. Go buy yourself a textbook or enroll in an online class, you might save yourself a lot of time and money.
I just love Davis Technical College. I went here when I first came to the USA 12 years ago to the ESL program. It helped me with learning English and how American culture was. I made life long friends in the program. Now I am going back to become a Pharmacy Technician at Davis Technical College and am loving the program. I would suggest this for anyone for looking for a change in their life.
The Medical Assistant program is unique to other programs because it is very hands on. For example, we practiced drawing blood on each other -something that not even my sister did in the nursing program at Weber State. The workload depended on the class that you were in. Anatomy had a large workload because of the importance of learning and knowing the body. Pharmacology also had a large workload, because there were many skills you had to learn within a certain amount of time on top of all of the medications you need to learn and study. The hardest and most important part of an MA student's workload is passing the tests and demonstrating confidence and competence when you pass of your skills. The curriculum transitions from the introduction, to terminology, to administrative tasks, to anatomy, to back office skills and pharmacology, and finally to proper etiquette in the job search. All of the curriculum is very applicable; I never once felt that I was learning useless information. When I went through the program, half the classroom had the desks and chairs for studying, and the other half of the classroom was for back office skills. My instructor recently had the wall torn down to combine his room and the neighboring classroom, forming a much larger room. In the near future, he will have actual rooms in a mock clinic for students to room "patients" into thanks to this new expansion. Because my instructor is so diligent in pushing us along and teaching us, pretty close to all of his students make it to the point of their unpaid 300 hour externship (basically the same thing as an intern). He will sit down with the student and discuss where the student would like to be placed. Because he knows our personalities, he places us in clinics where he knows we will thrive and where we will be happy. When I completed the program, my instructor had 100% job placement for the MA program.