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Personally I feel City Tech is a good place to get college started if your a non traditional student. To get in is not very hard. as long as you have a high school diploma and pass the CUNY Assessment test then your good. If you want the freedom to transfer to another CUNY, then I would stay away from the associate Technology degrees because a lot of credits may not be accepted to another College. I would recommend the 4 year programs. Applied mathematics, Nursing, Hospitality management and Radiology are the schools strong points regarding degrees. The Radiology Program is a very good program and better than most other colleges in the city. In my opinion the Professors are OK. There not the best but also not the worst. They will diffidently teach you what you want and need to know. especially if they see you are really applying yourself. I see some comments about people being snooty and disrespectful. I mean this is my 3rd college and TRUST me faculty everywhere is like that. Especially is its busy. Anyway the admin office and financial aid office is who you need to watch out for.
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