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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.8 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.8 responses
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Most Popular Majors
Nursing Assistant281 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)99 Graduates
Business Administration and Management80 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science58 Graduates
Medical Assistant54 Graduates
Electrical Engineering Technician29 Graduates
Phlebotomy Technician29 Graduates
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications24 Graduates
Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technician23 Graduates
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Mid-State Technical College Reviews
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Mid-State Technical College is a great well-staffed, well-maintained school. All of the teachers are polite and are willing to help out any student that needs help. Therefore if you are going to go to college right out of high school and want to save money going to Mid-State Technical College would be a great decision!
Mid-State Technical College is a great school and very affordable. The courses are reasonably challenging and you learn a lot through hands-on experiences. Most students are first-time college students, but there are also returning students who has their B.S. or transferred from a 4-year university. The food that the college sells is delicious, but it is expensive. There is not a lot of clubs or sports at this school, and they do not provide dorms for students. Overall, I recommend this college to those who wants to be able to afford college and to those who wants a valuable education.
In the civil engineering program you'll learn many hands-on things that even 4-year grads don't learn. Drafting, surveying, and materials testing are three key areas that you will be better prepared in than your bachelor degree counterparts. The workload can be intense (it's engineering technology!) but very rewarding. The curriculum prepares students very well for an internship after their first two semesters and subsequently a full-time career in the field upon graduating. One thing that the program lacks overall, is the opportunities for pursuing a 4-year degree after graduation. Other similar 2-year schools offer much better transfer agreements with central US universities.