American Institute of Medical Technology Reviews
- Tulsa (OK)
- Annual Tuition: $25,750
0% of 2 students said this degree improved their career prospects
0% of 2 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 11/8/2018
- Degree: Sonography
- Graduation Year: 2018
"Do not waste your time or money! Go somewhere properly accredited! They will lie like car salesman and say theyre accredited just to lock you in. However, you will not be able to sit for your boards til you work a year and unless youre able to move out of state jobs will be difficult to find due to this. This school gives you a bad name and many local hospitals will not hire grads from here. The clinical coordinator burns bridges with facilities. Even if you fail out or willingly leave you still owe a hefty full tuition! The last two mods are extremely hard, and you basically teach yourself. They accept too many students per class. The clinical coordinator tells you to contact her about jobs but will not respond to you. The financial advisor doesnt know what shes doing. Oh and dont expect to receive your travel reimbursements at a reasonable time and be prepared to drive 3 hours or more for a clinical site. I wasted 18 months of my life and $30,000 to be unemployed, too in debt to move, defeated, and given a bad name all because they cant get properly accredited. Look up CAAHEP accredited schools and ARDMS requirements and local job requirements before you decide on school for ultrasound."
- Reviewed: 10/12/2017
- Degree: Sonography
- Graduation Year: 2017
"Do not spend your money at this school! All the clinical sites enjoy most of the students but have nothing but terrible things to say about the school. The teachers hate each other and argue during class. While the first Mod is great and you will learn a lot the other two mods are disaster. This school can't keep it together at all. In the class following mine they students were getting clinical sites changed the day before! Some of them OVER 3 hours away. I graduate from echo in november. It can't come fast enough. Save your money and go to a real school!"