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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.19 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.13 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.13 responses
Most Popular Majors
Chemical Technician79 Graduates
Instrumentation Technician71 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science38 Graduates
Fire Science and Fire Fighting31 Graduates
Dental Hygiene28 Graduates
Drafting and Design Engineering Technician (CAD/CADD)27 Graduates
Computer Systems Technician22 Graduates
Radiologic Technician19 Graduates
HVAC and Refrigeration Engineering Technician17 Graduates
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Lamar Institute of Technology Reviews
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Lamar Institute of Technology is an outstanding school that offers a variety of divergent programs. If you ever need support on deciding what path is right for you, the staff of Student Services are always there to lend you a helping hand, and have such positive attitudes. I currently attend Lamar Institute of Technology to obtain my Associate of Applied Science Degree for Instrumentation Technology, and the teachers are ASTONISHING. If you ever have any concerns on an assignment they're always more than happy to assist you, they'll stay after class or on campus just to make sure you understand the assignment. If there's an emergency and you can't make it to class, they're very considerate and will always be willing to work something out in your favor. Students also are very much willing to help a classmate in need, even if it steers them away from their own assignment. The food prepared at our cafe MegaBytes if gratifying and always freshly cooked.
When I graduate, I plan to take my board exams and start working immediately. There shouldn't be a problem finding a job with the degree I'll have. Usually there is always a need for a Dental Hygienist somewhere. I'm very excited in that aspect. The quality of degree is top notch in my books!
Dental Hygiene school is tough to say the least. It's by far the hardest thing I've studied. This year as a second-year student, we have clinicals three times a week. I have to find my own patients and rely on them to come in for a grade. Also, we have 2 competencies and 5 skill evaluations that we have to do on specific people during clinic for a grade. If we don't pass one the first time we get one more attempt and that automatically bumps us down a letter grade. We have to have at least 20 hours of community service hours before we graduate. Our studies are hard too. We have at least 3 classes a semester and occasionally a lab.