Harris School of Business

A leader in preparing students for administrative office support positions..

 

BACKGROUND

Harris School of Business prepares students for a career in an administrative office support position. Students may specialize in the business, legal, or medical fields. Harris School offers intensive training programs which allow students to earn their degree in as little as three months.

At Harris School, an emphasis is placed on learning and becoming employable, not on long hours spent in a classroom. Harris School of Business has seven campuses in the northeastern U.S. and offers externships in most of their programs.

While in class, students receive instruction and spend time learning to use state-of-the art technologies that are currently being used in their fields. The career services department offers job placement services to all students and maintains strong ties to graduates. The professors are professionals in their fields who want to help students earn their degree and begin a successful career in their areas of study.

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PRO

- Students can earn their degree in as little as three months
- Caring faculty and staff take a personal interest in the lives of their students
- Students learn by doing, which better prepares them for a successful career upon graduation
- Training for in-demand careers
- Multiple locations

CON

- No online programs available

DEGREE PROGRAMS

Harris School of Business prepares students for careers in the following fields:

- Computerized Accounting Technology
- Dental Assistant
- Health Claims Specialist
- Legal Office Technology
- Massage Therapy
- Medical Assistant
- Medical Biller
- Multi-Skilled Health Technology
- Pharmacy Technician
- Professional Medical Assistant
- Surgical Technology

SCHOOLS

Harris School has seven campuses in the northeastern U.S.:

- Cherry Hill, NJ
- Dover, DE
- Linwood, NJ
- Stratford, NJ
- Trenton, NJ
- Upper Darby, PA
- Wilmington, DE.

STUDENT LIFE

Students at Harris School are typically trying to earn a degree that will allow them to start a career in a high-demand job. Students attend intensive classes that allow them to earn their degree in three to nine months.

CONCLUSION

Harris School is a great choice for anyone who does not want to spend years in school but wants to start a new, in-demand career soon. Students at Harris School will learn by doing, which is essential for the fields they will be learning. Upon graduation, a dedicated career services department will help students with career placement.

 

Common Misspellings

Haris School of Business, Harris School of Buisness, Harris Business School, Harris School

 

Comments & Feedback
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Mandy

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This school is very unprofessional. I am a college graduate and here to make a career change due to lack of positions in my chosen field. The teachers use off color language, the students are full of drama and are gutter trash and the program could probably be completed in 5 months if the teachers did not waste so much time talking trash with the students and just teaching their courses. I do not recommend this school to anyone. Save your money, patience and sanity!! Find a medical assistant job on your own,k get experience on the job and you will be much better off and happier and also employed.. posted Feb 25th, 2016 1:20 pm


Mistyh

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posted Feb 25th, 2016 1:16 pm


Rosa

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I agree with aggravated. They dont give you time to research and get reviews to make your choice. I am currently enrolled on the billing excuse me the Claims Health Specialist course right now part time. I started back in November 2014. I have not learned anything I didnt know from being a receptionist at a doctors office for 13 years. There is no organizations in teaching the material. The instructors are not even there half the time. Most of the class time is spent bs off topic. I am trying to finish the program because either way I have to pay for the student loan but I am not happy I dnt even want to go to the school anymore and I certainly DO NOT RECOMMEND IT!!! Neither does the rest of my class. posted Jul 8th, 2015 4:36 pm


Barb Nasuti Tuttle

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posted Aug 11th, 2013 5:57 pm


Danielle

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Just to clear things up, this school DOES NOT offer any degrees. Upon graduation you earn yourself a diploma and then afterwards depending on the program you have completed, will have to take your certification exam. I am a graduate from Harris School of Business located in Linwood, NJ and I have nothing bad to say about it. I had a great experience, was hired off my externship, and became a RMA. Advise I'd like to give to others attending or thinking of attending, it is what you make it. Don't get caught up in any drama there might be. You're there for one reason, YOU! I wish everyone the best of luck! posted Jul 16th, 2013 7:59 pm


Tia Shaw

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This School Harris School of Business was a waste and the Trenton campus is a joke I never seen a place that replace their staff every week still don't know how they're still open for business. Took out all this loan for books I never used 2 lab coats I never use just a freaking waste. Why they have to review the comments before they're posted?? Because they know they are bunch of SCAM!!!! posted Jul 10th, 2013 11:37 pm


Kerrion Shaw

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I wish I never went to this school when I signed up I was told it was a guarantee job placement here it is 2 months since I've been done with school and still no job. The staff in career service claim they help with job search and I have yet to get a job. I was told that Harris School of Business offers the CERTIFICATION test once a month I've been waiting to take this test now they're telling me I have to wait until September or I could pay the 90 dollars to take the NCCT test. I don't have the $90 so now I can't be certified I have to wait until September. Now I see why everybody I've met that went to Harris School of Business have so much REGRETS! posted Jul 10th, 2013 11:30 pm


toya

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Do this school give back refund checks? posted Dec 20th, 2011 8:38 pm


nunya

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i agree with Sheli. i went to the school in 2006 in linwood nj for mt and as hard as i tried to look for a job myself its just not working out. i wish these people where more organized. this place needs to be shut the hell down. the one regret i have in life is going to harris school of business. it was a waste of time and money. the only thing about this piece of crap school was that it was convenient. good luck to the students and screw everybody else that has something to do with harris school of shitness. posted Feb 26th, 2011 6:17 pm


ED Researcher

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Harris School of Business is owned by Premier Education Group

100 South Shore Drive

East Haven, CT 06512

(203) 672-2300

the Vice Presidents direct number is

his name is William Anjos.

This is not a problem at Harris, Premier has numerous schools under multiple names (Salter College, Salter School, Branford Hall, Suburban Tech, Jolie Hair and Beauty, Hallmark Photography,

Research them, the problems are rampant at all of their schools.



Maybe ABC should investigate this multi-millon dollar company and their practices. posted Nov 20th, 2010 6:16 pm


Aggravated!

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I went in to enroll for Medical Assistant. I was pressured to 'sign up' right there and then. I was excited about the program bc of the economy. They have a policy if you cancel your admission within three days you get your refund back. I cancelled the next day and have yet to receive my refund check of the $25.00 admisson fee. I have called once a week for 6 weeks and I keep getting, "so and so is in with a student, or in a meeting and will call you back". No one will give me the corp headquarters phone number to inquire about my refund and it is not published on line. My father states that schools like this should not legal and are a rip off, this is a 63 year old man saying this...he is always right!!!!! posted Sep 21st, 2010 10:23 am


Sheli

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I attended this school in 2000. I've yet to obtain a position in the career field I am paying for and I regret ever enrolling. I didnt receive no externship to prepare me for a career and i they didnt make me fully aware of the pre-requisites before enrolling even after I asked if I needed existing experience to start working immediately after graduating. They gave me a statistic of their graduation rate and that was it. Harris School of Business is a big rip off to the struggling community. We try to pull ourselves out of the slums but rip off businesses like HSB just wants our money in exchange for very little. posted Feb 28th, 2010 11:34 am


Rachelle

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If I had the choice again I would not attend this school. The instructors have no type of training and most did not even have a two year degree. The curriculum is awful. I went for medical assisting and I did not learn anything I should have. Once the school receives their money the student is on their own. posted Oct 5th, 2009 2:44 am


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this school was a joke posted Sep 4th, 2009 6:09 pm



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