Why be treated like a number when you can be treated like number one?
At Mt. Sierra College you will know your professors and classmates. We are a small, private college located in Monrovia, California, close to all Los Angeles attractions. Student housing options are available for out-of-state and international students.
The college offers bachelor of science degrees in Computer Information Technology, Network Communications, and Information Security, and bachelor of arts in Media Arts with concentrations in Visual Design or Game Arts Design. Tuition for 2018 is $14,220. Scholarships are available.
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.18 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.16 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.17 responses
Graphic Design26 Graduates
Game and Interactive Media Design19 Graduates
Business Administration and Management13 Graduates
Computer and Information Systems Security9 Graduates
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications6 Graduates
Animation, Video Graphics and Special Effects5 Graduates
Computer Systems Technician4 Graduates
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Mt. Sierra College Reviews
The professors, from my experience, have been outstanding. They are knowledgeable and insightful. They ensure themselves to know your weaknesses, your strengths, and give you plenty of feedback for you to improve. The skills they teach are legitimate and are the skills necessary for your career. Furthermore, their attitudes (as well as the rest of the staff of Mt. Sierra) are optimistic and enthusiastic, making learning all the more exciting, leaving one eager to learn more, and creating a comfortable environment at the school overall.
Also, for students who struggle in their classes, tutoring services are offered for free as well as access to labs. If you cannot access a professor, the head of the department would be willing to assist you at times as well.
In addition, once students graduate, they are granted access to free workshops within their department or repeat a course they feel they need further refinement. If a new version of Photoshop of Microsoft Office, for example, is released, the school will offer graduate students free workshops to familiarize themselves with the latest programs.
Furthermore, the workload at this school is abundant and effective for one to learn and withhold the material. Quizzes, in class activities, required participation, and numerous creative projects are given to students.