Keiser University Reviews
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Reviewed by: Robert K, Associate in medical-assistant-school on July 1st, 2012
I was thinking of attending Keiser for the medical assisting classses. I feel its a better school then Meridian. Any suggestions ? Not sure if I need a AS degree for medical assisting but want to be sure Keiser prepares for the RMA exam......Im sure its a good school for MA , any suggestions are helpful
Reviewed by: Pamela K, Associate in on March 29th, 2012
I would not recommend Keiser University because faculty are sort of rude. Advisers are not helpful in getting things done to help you. The overall system is a mess. The school should already have certain measurements in order before enrolling students into programs and stop giving students misleading information. Very convenient for busy students but the degree of educating students is too accelerated for anyone to actually learn that fast. I would give it a thumbs down
Reviewed by: Mike Q, Master in business-administration-degrees on October 25th, 2011
I recently graduated from Keiser University MBA program in Ft. Myers, Fl. It was the blended program with ground and online components. The on ground staff and instructors were great providing a good process to allow for a balance at work, family and school. I am planning on enrolling in the Doctorate program next. Probably the best compliment that I can provide is I am going to enroll in another program at Keiser. I happy endorse them and enjoyed my experience with them.
Reviewed by: Jennifer B, Associate in accounting-schools on August 3rd, 2011
Biggest scam school and watch out they have false billing practices and put anyone to collections with out contacting them.
Reviewed by: Jane D, Associate in on October 20th, 2010
The SDMS program is probably the most poorly operated programs I have ever seen. Paperwork is not handed out until 2 days before it is to be completed (this includes getting medical physicals and drug screening). Despite having paid for the backround check last May, three people in out class have still been told that theirs is not yet done. The Clinical Director constantly talks to the students as though they are inept. For the money we are paying, its not asking too much to be simply treated as adults. There are not many programs that offer medical ultrasound training, but I would urge anyone to look elsewhere.
Reviewed by: Ozz T on January 26th, 2010
Yes Keiser is expensive, read the fine line when you sign up they charge per semester so be prepared for that. So now that the financial is out of the way Keiser is a great place to get a degree. Their schedule is perfect for working people, they are regionally accredited, some employers in my area actually seek KEISER grads. Their nursing staff trains occassionally here in our hospital. Their cooking school is very popular in the area too. Online classes are GREAT and are NO DIFFERENT than any other online classes from public schools. We have several people including IT, nursing and manamengent employed in our facility and we could not be happier with them. I am actually continuing my education through Keiser for a promotion.
Reviewed by: Ozz P on December 3rd, 2009
Even though is expensive their scheduling fits most working people's schedule, not only that but our company has several Keiser graduates and they could not be happier with them. Some local companies really like to hire Keiser graduates. I dont know about other campuses but the sarasota campus is very nice! online classes are just like any other public school and they have a new partnership with FSU that will allow you to transfer credits easier for bachelors or masters degrees. Graduates from nursing, chef and IT are in high demand in the area and potential employers are only too happy to hire keiser.
Reviewed by: jeff estes E on September 30th, 2009
Do not go to Keiser. The four nuc med classes I took, they split into two semesters and charged me thirteen thousand instead of the seven thousand that I agreed to. Always find out the details in financial aid before agreeing to their sales pitch. Keiser is only in it for the money. Jeff Estes
Reviewed by: steven N on September 24th, 2009 featured
Keiser University is one of the best schools that an individual that has a heavy lifestyle needs to go to. its on your own time and they have the best instructors and its the best schools i have attended by far.
Reviewed by: Jack D on May 15th, 2009
FTL-Online was great! The staff really stuck with me and got me through the process quick. I got FA and started class in less than 2 weeks...I now have a AA in Paralegal and did it in just under 2 years....with one class a month!
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