Brookline College was founded in 1979 as the Arizona Institute of Business and Technology. Since then, it has expanded into five separate physical campuses in Tucson, Tempe, Phoenix, Oklahoma City, and Albuquerque, as well as expanding into an online campus. It has also been delivering high-quality education in high-demand fields in order to prepare students to succeed in their chosen professions. To this end, courses are taught by academics with the sort of career-driven knowhow that lets them mentor students eager to transition into professional settings.
Brookline College is so confident in the quality of its instruction that it offers the employers of its recent alumni a graduate quality guarantee program. Should the employer feel a Brookline grad is lacking skills or needs retraining or additional training, Brookline College will ensure they receive it at no cost to the graduate or their employer. As Brookline says, this is because they are invested in helping their students obtain careers, not just jobs. The college provides career services to students and alumni, including placement assistance, resume assistance, on and off-campus interview scheduling, interview technique training, and many other services.
In addition to a variety of associate, bachelor’s, and master’s programs, Brookline also offers certificate programs and continuing education courses. Degrees are separated into six main subject areas, all related to fields in which there is high demand for skilled and trained professionals: health care, business, nursing, legal studies, criminal justice, and computer security.
Brookline College is committed to making its programs as flexible as possible to accommodate the needs of nontraditional working students. To this end, it offers morning, afternoon, and evening in-person programs so classes will fit around students’ busy schedules. It has even implemented the More Than One Future Program, which allows student who meet certain conditions to take two degree programs—the second at no cost.
Brookline College online has further opened the school to remote students, solidifying their commitment to a flexible education. There is a wide variety of Brookline College online degrees; the offerings span five of the six main subject areas and encompass associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, and diploma programs. A small sample of the programs include bachelor’s degrees in criminal justice and cyber security, associate’s and bachelor’s in digital forensics and investigation, and master’s in nursing education and information security and analysis. These programs feature electronically transmitted lessons, assignments, and discussions, as well as access to Brookline’s online library and research. This system allows students to direct their own learning in order to achieve their professional goals.