Medical Career is a highly rated for-profit college located in Ocean Township, New Jersey in the New York City Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 114 undergraduate students. Admissions is somewhat competitive as the Medical Career acceptance rate is 65%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Medical Technician, and Surgical Technologist. Medical Career graduates 78% of its students.
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The teachers were okay and seemed to be interested in the students. However the Administrators did not seem interested in the students and lack of communication. Policies and Procedures were ever changing especially in the middle of the program or a class. Very frustrating when you had to retake a class for whatever reason, the student had to put up a fight. There was no understanding about life events that happened to students. Not enough teachers to make sure the students got the best experience.
Good thing is that when you do your preceptorship you have an chance at getting a job, by showing what skills and knowledge you have.
Most of the professors would offer time to help. However some would not, and when they did it was not times everyone could join.