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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2015

This is a terrible school all they care about is the money. I am a 4.0 student who got a bad internship site who decided they didn't want an intern half way through my time there well long behold the school fails me for it saying I did something wrong never investigated it or anything... LOL yeah right I am a 4.0 student give me a break. Also they have what they call a second chance program well basically this is for people who didn't make it the first time around they bring them back an d baby them through the program so it looks good on the school. They had a student last semester who couldn't even take multiple choice tests so what do they do??? They force the instructors to cross off two answers on the test for him and also make him flash cards so he can study... LOL major joke of a school we are adults here and they are suited for a elementary kid. DON"T attend this school there are way better options out there. also they include your certifications for IT in your tuition but yet the classes they teach don't even prepare you to take them.

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