The student body is all races, gender, and age. There are a lot of older students in class with younger students and it makes classroom interesting. There are a lot of students who are full time workers as well and the students manage to do very well.
What sets this school from other schools in this region is that they have the occupational therapy assistant program. there are people that drive hours away to get to this program every other weekend because this is the only college that offers it. I also love the way the professors make sure that each student is eligible for employment after completion of the program.
My credits were easily transferred from University of Phoenix. I received an associates in Health administration so a lot of the credits were in the healthcare field and it coincided with the current occupational therapy program that I am currently in. The flexibility of the classes/curriculum is excellent. If they did not have the weekend college, it would be hard for me to be successful in this program.
This college is now becoming a 4 year college so there is not a higher level than associates or some programs like nursing, psychology and health sciences there are a 4 year degree.
I have not taken an online course for the program that I am in. All the classes that I have taken are in campus.
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