Harris Business - Dover is a for-profit college located in Dover, Delaware. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 148 undergraduate students. The Harris Business - Dover acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Massage Therapy and Bodywork, and Medical Insurance Coding. Harris Business - Dover alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $21,100.
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This is my first semester "mod" in this school. I absolutely love it. The teachers and the staff are so nice. They work with you not against you. I was in a community college prior to this school and I will not go back to a community school versus this school. I like how the classes are 5 weeks and it's not only one class, it is two.
I came to Harris looking for a career change. I was tired of the food industry and wanted to learn something new. I was a part of the massage therapy class and I've learned a lot since the beginning. I truly hope this will help my family and I move into better beginnings. Thank you for the memory.
Some of the students have not been easy to get a long with, there's been fights. The school threatens to expell them but continues to do nothing but threaten as they continue to fight with everyone. There seems to be a lack of teachers, no one knows what there next class is till the last minute. You have to stay on top of them for a schedule and report card. I've heard students complain they still can't find a job. I don't know for sure the benefits or disadvantages after graduation because I'm still a current student, but I do hope to at least be able to find a job in the field.