schools for computer science

hfxcastillo

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Hey everyone,

I have a question to all who might know. I am thinking of seriously obtaining a bachelor's degree in computer network. The most difficult choice for me, is choosing the right school.
I use to be enroll in ITT Technical institude, once I found out how bad ITT really is, I withdrew from the school. Internet research showed me how bad university of Phoenix is.
ITT has a really bad name and I dont want to be in a school that has a bad rep. I am strongly considering attending DeVry university, I haven't found any negative feedback about DeVry. All I want is just a degree to get ahead in life, anybody have any suggestion or know anything about DeVry????????? thanks.
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DoubleHelix

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A Yahoo search is not what you need.

What is your budget for school? Can you afford to take out loans for over $100,000 for this degree? If not, you have to pick a cheaper school.
 

hfxcastillo

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I cant afford a $100,000 dollar university, so I have to look for something more economical.
maybe schools like DeVry or something similar, I just want a network degree
 
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Are you saying computer science or computer network?
I started studying computer science myself but after a couple of semesters switched to Networks; it seemed that there is more job security and can get a pretty good salary if get a couple or certifications.

Check this group of schools
http://www.collegeanduniversity.net/colleges-programs-states/network-training-courses.htm

I never heard complaints about CollegeAmerica, High Tech, Virginia College, or Strayer; there seem to be a lot of options depending on where you live.

I dont think these schools are 100K. I ended up going to NJIT and it was around 10K a year
 
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Hi hfxcastillo,

Stanford To Offer Free CS and Robotics Courses.

Also, MIT has free CS courses here. Note: search for Computer Science and view all courses link after the search and you link to that web page.

Use them as a way to learn on your own time other than attending an accredited college/university that you can afford perhaps starting with a local two-year college then transfer to a 4-year university.

-- Tom
 
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I graduated with an AS degree in Computer Networking and Technology from CollegeAmerica and would highly recommend their Computer Degree Programs offered with some great options. Apart from graduating with a degree, their program also prepares you for various certifications such as A +, Intro to Oracle, MCSE, C.N.A., Novell, CCNA, CAN, CCNP, SUN Solaris and more. So, it’s a win-win situation.
 

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