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2 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2012

The Overall experience at this school was horrible. The financial aid staff are really rude. And they do not try to help you out at all. They messed up my award letter and then caught attitude with me for their mistake. The one staff girl was really really rude. She caught attitude, refused to help me understand the issues and I heard her cursing when I left. Very unprofessional, thee worst experience I have ever had.The instructors are very nice, they help people out a lot. They are the best. But the financial aid staff, are full of crap. How could they blame you for a mistake on their end? Also the damn student services person has a attitude with people as well. I really feel sorry for the people who are attending this school now, because the financial aid office is always messing up something in financial aid. It was ridiculous. I heard the school was closing in January due to funding or whatever, and that the credits may not switch over. For all PSB students reading this, its true some schools don't take the credits so be prepared to take the courses over.

4 out of 5
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The Pennsylvania School of Business was an affordable way for me to earn my degree in a PC related field. I was tired of working retail positions and had a nack for computing ever since I was a teenager. Although I wanted a Bachelor's degree, Penn. School of Business allowed for me to achieve my certificate in a short period of time. I completed all the necessary courses in a year and a half. The faculty was very understanding of my desire to learn but my need to balance education and work. I also found that many of the students were also in the same situation I was balancing, work, family and eduction. This made the experience much easier and the adjustment back into school much more enjoyable. My only regret is that I did not move onto a greater level degree but I now have a stable job and am considering opening my own computer repair store.
4 out of 5
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The staff was professional and very skilled in their fields. They brought real world experience to the academics. They were also very flexible with their financing, which was a must for me.

There is nothing I can say I did not like about the school, except the commute, which was not really an issue. I learned so many skills and how to apply them I have already begun a new career, the school helped me to find.

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I like that the professors were very helpful and encouraged me to pursue what I wanted to do. The campus was also full of peers that were going through the same things and courses that you are. This prepared me for my future career because I am now at an entry level position for a very good company!
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