Northwestern - Bridgeview is a for-profit college located in Hickory Hills, Illinois in the Chicago Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 302 undergraduate students. The Northwestern - Bridgeview acceptance rate is 94%. Popular majors include Nursing, Medical Assistant, and Medical Records Technician. Graduating 27% of students, Northwestern - Bridgeview alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $24,900.
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Northwestern College - Bridgeview Reviews
I am in my first quarter of the Medical Assistant certification program at Northwestern College and I absolutely love it! I look forward to going to classes, as our professors are people who have worked in the medical field. The don't simply teach from the book, they teach by sharing experiences, and bringing in props. The school itself is small, so the class sizes are usually about 16 students to a professor. All of the departments are very supportive, always eager to answer any questions, and tutoring is free there.
The schools’ medical programs are incredible! After graduating you’re almost guaranteed a job. They properly prepare you for any registry that needs to be taken after graduation too. The programs are not easy but well worth it and you make life long friends along the way.
Northwestern college is okay at best. If you are looking for something that goes straight through the two years to get your nursing degree, it may be beneficial. I’d check out all of you options first. There are a select few professors that are phenomenal. But some aren’t the greatest and shouldn’t be teaching. Schedules always change and some of the equipment is dated. With some prefessors be prepared to teach yourself the material. Just be sure to know what your getting yourself into.