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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.49 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.45 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.45 responses
Most Popular Majors
Business Support Services353 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities301 Graduates
Computer and Information Studies199 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics155 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)126 Graduates
Nursing Assistant89 Graduates
Early Childhood Education79 Graduates
Culinary Arts and Food Service61 Graduates
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Pueblo Community College Reviews
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Pueblo Community College is very unique establishment. The instructors and faculty are willing to help with their students and get them as prepared as possible for the semester. The campus is well-kept and really easy to navigate around. The courses are well-rounded and adjusted to fit the students needs. There are offices for several different types of needs, such as veterans affairs, disabilities, and tutoring. The accreditation that the college has acquired establishes Pueblo Community College has an important establishment here in Pueblo and allows for the credits, degrees, and certificates to transfer to universities of higher education.
To be a business management major at my school is both rewarding and disappointing. It is rewarding because all of credits are a guaranteed transfer to any Colorado university. It is reassuring and satisfying to know that my credits will not be lost in the transfer process. The downside of being a business management major at my school is that there are absolutely no credit, class, or recognition awards for being granted an internship. It was disappointing for me to find this out because I know friends that are attending other colleges that are receiving some form of award for their internship experience. I was doing research not long ago, and I read that Human Resources Management jobs would be in high demand in the projected 50 years. That kept me determined and assured I was making the correct career field to work in. My classes are interesting and challenging, but not too tough because this is the field I have prepared myself for. With that said, the workload and curriculum are things I am enjoying.
My experience with courses and professors at Pueblo Community College has been average. Some courses have been more memorable than others, but I noticed that was primarily because the professors in those classes were very interactive with all of the students and encouraged us daily. The class sizes varied in my enrollment there, ranging from 10 students to 40 students. As the semester goes on usually more students drop the class and by the end of the semester the class is only half full. I have to say that most teachers rush the information being taught or they sit down during time designated for lectures. With the teachers were interactive in the class, I took the most knowledge from. The classes offered for specific areas were limited because it is a smaller campus, but it is understandable.