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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.38 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.37 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.37 responses
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Automotive Mechanics100 Graduates
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications80 Graduates
Radio and Television Broadcasting Technician67 Graduates
Game and Interactive Media Design65 Graduates
Business Administration and Management60 Graduates
Mechanical Engineering Technician54 Graduates
Occupational Therapist Assistant53 Graduates
Computer Programming51 Graduates
Electronics Equipment Installation and Repair47 Graduates
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New England Institute of Technology Reviews
I have ben to New England of Institute of Technology twice now, and each time I went there the faculty was very helpful and kind. I love the campus, it is very beautiful and has access to a small plaza with restaurants and a movie theater! They are just now making dorms for the students as well; however it is quite expensive to live in the dorms, not to mention you can only live there for the first year, and then you have to move into an apartment complex. That is probably the thing I would like to change about NEIT, other than that, this school is fantastic!
As a student of nursing, the goal is to promote health and wellness. With the help of the faculty, you learn the fundamentals of nursing, anatomy and physiology, critical thinking skills, math related to nursing, microbiology, importance of communication in the medical field, etc. This opportunity will lead my to a career as a Registered Nurse, expanding my career opportunities to hospitals, home health care, clinics and speciality hospitals around the country. It is not an easy field by any means, the workload is strenuous but totally worth it after the 21 months of education.
A degree as a registered nurse will give me the opportunity to work at high-level hospitals, speciality practices such as orthopedics, cardiology and oncology, or a pediatric hospital . However, your employment history and personal desire to work is all dependent on where you go and if you are hired upon graduation. It is not guaranteed to find employment upon graduation, you will still need to pass the NCLEX for your state licensure. There are plenty of study groups available but you have to be determined to find the time to study and apply the principles of nursing to daily living.