Southern Careers - Brownsville is a for-profit college located in Brownsville, Texas. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 362 undergraduate students. The Southern Careers - Brownsville acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Cosmetology, and Accounting Technician and Bookkeeping. Southern Careers - Brownsville alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $17,600.
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Southern Careers Institute in Brownsville has been an overall great experience for me. I will be starting classes this Monday the 13th of August in the medical billing and coding specialist program and I am here to tell you every single staff member from admissions to financial aid to program advisor have helped me find my enrollment process a positive one. I would recommend this college to anyone.
Its amazing. I feel like we're important, not downgrading other majors or programs. I love how we look like medical students with our uniforms that are required. Especially how we get treated. We get treated as if we are actual medical assistants in any workforce. The work we are required to do is a lot but it will benefit us in the future. This program is like a training session. It gets us ready for the real world. They help us on our attitudes, our professionalism, how to do an interview, how to act and dress. Just the basic and important things we need to know when we do get real important jobs.
Computer Support Specialist is my program. My instructors are very helpful, smart, and informative.