California College San Diego Reviews - Computer Networking

2.25 out of 5 stars
(1 Reviews)
  • San Diego (CA)(and 2 others)
  • Annual Tuition: $16,972
0% of 1 students said this degree improved their career prospects
0% of 1 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

2.3 out of 5 stars
User123456789 - 3/23/2015
Degree: Computer Networking
Graduation Year: 2014
"At first this establishment sounds good, but over time you will see that it is a joke. Going here means you just need the paper saying you have your degree. CLASSES: The classes are definitely convenient, meaning they have classes during the day and at night and you can switch at a moments notice. They are assigned based on the teachers availability and the amount of students that need it; so you do not get to choose which course to take next. The classes are to short and barely skim the surface when it comes to the knowledge you are supposed to take away. Their resources are minimal to non-existent. DEGREE SPECIFIC: For computer students there is no physical lab there, all they have is labsim (web-based) and it teaches older OS's (Win 2000/Vista/XP) and very little Win 7. The computers they give you are crap, hope and pray you do not need to run two applications simultaneously, including different office products. TEACHERS: It seems as though the teachers do not have much time to prepare for their course before hand, which end up being clearly seen on the exams. There is also a handful of them that don't care about the students or course information. TRANSFER?: DENIED, no other colleges/universities that accept credits from this college, unless of course it is a sister college. Ex-military, they will only only match 3-4 classes coming from an E7. OVERALL: I give this 2-stars. The information that i left with did not help improve or advance me."
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