Colorado Technical University - Online Reviews - Computer Forensics

2.36 out of 5 stars
(2 Reviews)
  • Colorado Springs (CO)
  • Annual Tuition: Not Provided
0% of 2 students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of 2 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Sharon - 2/4/2016
Degree: Computer Forensics
Graduation Year: 2017
"It is very unfortunate that many individuals have had a bad experience at CTU, because I have personally had an outstanding experience. This school is not meant for individuals who are not self-motivated learners. In order to truly get the most out of the CTU education system, students must engage in all the class discussions and weekly chats with the professor. I miss many chat sessions, but the professors will either post the recorded session, or leave the power point they discussed in the chat. This is very helpful for people like me who have crazy schedules. In my opinion, at a Masters level, this is the best way to obtain a degree. Not only do you have to do thorough research for assignments, but it instills initiative in the students. I have to create different projects every week for my classes, which ideally is what I will have to do when I go for a job in this career field in the future. I am currently an IT in the Navy and the policy side of this field is where I want to be. I want to set the guidelines rather than doing the hard labor. I would recommend this school to anyone because I am having a terrific time. I used my GI BILL and it was a smooth process once all the documents were submitted, like my high school and other college transcripts. For those with bad experiences, I do recommend reading ALL paperwork the school gives you. If you do not need a Stafford loan, SPECIFY you do not need one. Then once you are finally enrolled, go to your student login, check “my documents” and make sure that all documents are correct. If anything looks wrong, call an advisor and get to the bottom of it immediately. You are only hurting yourself in the end if you just sit back and let someone else take care of you. Anywhere an individual goes, they must invest their time and patience to ensure that all is correct, because the best person to take care of your needs and want is YOU. Good luck to all!"
1.1 out of 5 stars
Brittany Stewart - 11/15/2015
Degree: Computer Forensics
Graduation Year: 2018
"I would not recommend this school I started this school in Aug 16th 2015 and this school is so uncoordinated when it comes to your documents and your previous schools the advisor DID NOT tell me that my private school was not accepted from where I graduated from and I asked her serveral times because I kept getting messages from the Resigtors about missing my highschool diompla when I sent it to them over 20 times and every time I asked my so called advisor about it she would always say they move slow , a slow process , they are going to come around to it and the advisor use to call once a week and then I didn't hear from her going on about 2 months and I was at this school for 4 months and then a few days ago they kicked me out because of my missing documents which that I sent over 20 times , So if you go to a private school or homeschool BEWARE because I wasted 4 months of my life with this school and earned 13 credits which I'll probably will never receive... and the people that work for financial aid for them are rude and stuck up and plus all their degree programs are expensive so don't expect financial aid check to come in the mail it will be all used up for the programs they choose for you."
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