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Founded in 1946, Brown College is a recognized leader in private post-secondary education. At Brown College our goal is to provide students with the technical knowledge, skills and hands-on training needed to succeed in many of today's popular fields. We are dedicated to providing quality programs that are sound in concept, implemented by a dedicated faculty, and geared towards those seeking a solid educational foundation for employment in their chosen fields. Brown has enjoyed huge success training and graduating students in technology, design, and broadcast fields for over 50 years. We are proud of this legacy and invite you to join us as you are setting your own career goals. With campuses in both Mendota Heights and Brooklyn Center, you are sure to find a location convenient for you. Program availability differs by location. Click here to find out more about the Benefits of Attending Brown College. Visit Brown College today if you are considering a degree in one of today's hot fields. We offer programs in the fields of criminal justice, television production, visual communications, or business management. Request more information today! Whether you are looking to prepare for a career in graphic design or radio broadcasting, we have the right degree program for you. We are located near Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, so please feel free to schedule a visit!

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  • Brown Broadcasting School

    I wish I did not go there. I was taken in by their slick television advertising and their high-pressure sales techniques. I believe I was ripped off. It was expensive. The courses were not in depth. I learned much more about video production from public access for free than I learned there. I found their job placement claims highly exaggerated. Once they had my money they didn't seem to care. They offered very little assistance in getting me a job. I wish I would have just taken radio and television classes at a state college. I suggest you avoid Brown College.

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