Brightwood College Education Programs: Choose Your Path, Change Your FutureBy Jane Reed, UniversityHerald Reporter
Formerly Kaplan College, Brightwood College opens its doors to those interested in their education program. The school is described to be a system of for-profit college in the United States.
Currently owned and operated by the Education Corporation of America, the brand focuses on a variety of programs. "Choose your path, Change your future" is Brightwood's theme.
Brightwood promises students that their programs provide the career training need to raise your standard of living. Employment is not just the main focus after graduation. A career in the specific program is highly encouraged by Brightwood.
In addition, professional education and licensure are also being provided. College certification exams prepare students for what lies ahead in their profession. Professional credentials in engineering, architecture, clean energy tech and real estate are already on hand in Brightwood College.
Campus locations include Nevada, Indiana, California, North Carolina, Maryland, Ohio, Texas and Tennessee.
There are also several other programs that can suit your passion aside from engineering and architecture or real estate. There are several courses for Allied Health, Business, Continuing Education, Criminal Justice Studies, Legal Studies, Information Technology, Nursing and Trades are available.
Brightwood promises to provide the training you need to become involved and accomplished in your chosen field and profession. The school prides itself with real world training and professional skill building.
Armed with Institutional and campus accreditation, Brightwood states "The success of our students is our greatest success. Because when our students succeed, we've completed the job we set out to do: empower the courageous, and enable real and relevant change."
One student exclaimed that she "...loves this school because they treat you like family and everyone gets to know each other. There are problems that are found at every school but its worth it in the end."
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