I believe that it is the best out there. Here at SJVC it is a 14 month process to getting you Degree! 14 Months can you believe that?! I have had an amazing experience here. There was a time that I didnt know if this was for me or not but sticking it through studying hard has really paid off! What i love about this school is that everything is hands-on. So we will have lecture then we will be taught how to do it, then practice on one another. At first I was scared, but everyone was new to it so we learned together. The instructors are very passionate of what they do.I learned how to do injections: Intradermal, Subcutaneous, Intramuscular, Z-tracks. We learned Phlebotomy which is how to draw blood, glucose testing, hemoglobin, hematocrit etc. With these testing comes making sure that the dosage of mediction is correct and the proper technique of administration is done right. They talk about real life situations or how it is in the office so that when we go out we will know. If there was a time that you didnt understand the concept, they are always open to help you or to tutor you. I never was good at math in highschool, coming to SJVC the teachers made me enjoy the class and learning everyday to were i got my first grade A in the class. It felt so amazing. The homework that is given is based on the concept that we went over that day, it all ties in together and is helpful for when it comes to quiz time! Something that I love is that we have career advisors on campus to help us when it comes time for externship. Extern is 180 hours in the medical office of your choice or they help you find a place. This is to put what you learned from the courses into the real life. Whatever the doctor allows you to do you can do. It is manatory for the Clinical Medical Assitant Program.