Texas School of Business Reviews

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  • Houston (TX)
  • Annual Tuition: $15,984
0% of 0 students said this degree improved their career prospects
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Student & Graduate Reviews

  • Reviewed: 2/19/2020
  • Degree: Medical Assistant
"I was a sucker. You can get the same Medical Assistant degree at a community college for cheaper. I had one job offer with a starting pay if $8 hourly. Waste of money and even bigger waste of time. The teachers are ghetto as well. Took me forever to pay off the student loan."
  • Reviewed: 6/14/2019
  • Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
"It is very upsetting that this school cost so much and I have never gotten a job from going through this school. Their teachers are not qualified teachers. if you are wanting to go to this school do not. Plus I did not receive my diploma upon finishing so what does that tell you. My average was better than 4.0"
Casey K
  • Reviewed: 6/5/2014
  • Degree: Accounting
"The school was way over priced for just receiving a diploma."
  • Reviewed: 8/30/2012
  • Degree: Dental Assistant
"Hands on experience is what matters, and it took me the better part of a year to master fully everything I needed to do as a dental assistant. And when I graduated, I had a ridiculous 3.8 GPA or something like that. Bookwork is emphasized much too strongly in this course, in my opinion. I also think they keep you in the program to make themselves look good while the curriculum suffers because there's no way you can watch someone place a bracket on a tooth and actually learn how to do it when there are 15 people in front of you. I was so frustrated with this program and what I learned as compared to what I SHOULD have been taught. They should really reconsider some of the curriculum they're teaching the students, as well as reducing class size or possibly adding another instructor just to do a few demonstrations. Practice is the only thing that makes a good DA! One last thing: treating 20-somethings like elementary school kids when it comes to a school they're paying for is NOT acceptable. A lot of my class had children whom they needed to check on during the day, or were late because of, and they were treated like they just didn't care about the program and weren't trying. I find that reprehensible."