DeVry University Reviews of Associates in Network Administration

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  • Annual Tuition: $17,620 - $18,774
25% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
33% of 6 students said they would recommend this program to others
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  • Reviewed: 7/26/2018
  • Degree: Network Administration
"I'm going to keep this brief. I transferred from my on campus tech school to Devry after my I accepted a full time job that didn't allow me to go to physical classes. It's true, many of the course material is outdated and the material can be googled . However, I did find many of the information useful and up to date. Networking is constantly changing, so that's important. The teachers usually work with your schedule for the most part. Now here's my problem with Devry. unfortunately I failed that last two classes before graduation. I had too much going on and I fell off track. Devry called me constantly attempting to collect a $3,000 balance and even told me interest (just as much as a credit card) with be tacked on if I did not pay within a certain time. What kind of school does this to its students. So now here I am, 5 credits from receiving my diploma paying a Devry account that went into collections because I didn't have the $3000 up front or the $300 monthly payment plan they told me I could afford. The courses at Devry are absolutely over priced for the overall quality of the school. They do have some benefits but its not worth it to me. After I pay my balance in full, I'll be finishing the remainder of my degree elsewhere if possible. This school nothing but a business in it for the money. I don't believe they genuinely care about their students. No, I would not recommend them."
No excuses , it is up to you to gain as much as you can.
  • Reviewed: 5/2/2017
  • Degree: Network Administration
"Hello fellow future classmates and people i would to give an overview of what this school is like for those who are skeptical , this school is extremely helpful and knowledgeable when it comes to academics. So as a transfer student from itt tech i saw how well i was learning and decided to continue my education , here as a network administrator or engineer i have learned many things through this school , it is very pleasant and flexible specifically i have learned things like how to configure cisco switches , routers , EIGRP , RIP ,RIP2 , OSPF AD. Certain classes i am taken are routing and switching essentials , intro to business and technology , so i recommend anyone to this school who is looking to further their education. Some things i wanted to add are that , if looking to get a degree in network engineer or administrator , some other concepts they provide are , OSPF ,ACL'S , dhcpv4 , etc. this school provides a great deal of resources accessible to you , in regards with things such as , creating your own resume or how to , how to make portfolios , so it is up to you as a student to do whatever it takes to gain , as much as you can from this school , and not to be pointing fingers at anything or anyone."
  • Reviewed: 2/21/2017
  • Degree: Network Administration
"I became intrigued by DeVry, when I came in contact with an alumni who had become very successful after the completion of his degree program, years ago. I decided to go ahead and give DeVry a try. The course material offered by DeVry, during my journey toward a degree in computer science, was fantastic. Be prepared to move fast and learn a lot. If you pay attention to all of the material that is provided to you, you can easily knock two birds with one stone and go ahead and take on some of the industries best certifications. I would advice, that immediately after taking a course, go set up appointments for testing, assuming that you did well and absorbed lots of information. I say this, because the data will still be fresh on your mind. Get the most out of your degree. Always stay on top of things, so to not procrastinate and lose momentum. Paired with that degree, I think we can all do great."
  • Reviewed: 9/27/2015
  • Degree: Network Administration
"This is the worse school you can ever go to. If you want to learn something this is not the place for you. The professors are a joke. If you need help with an online course and ask question they do everything but answer the question. Their iLabs are a joke along with tech support. They have so many outside supports for different items that no one know what the other is doing. If this is a tech school why can't they troubleshoot their own problems. When I complained it went all the way to the dean and his answer was to address my issue with the professor, whom by the way I was complaining about. The reason for the complaint was the professor was not helping me or answering my questions. If I could do it all over again I would never joined this school, it is a wonder why they are close down some of their campuses which they failed to mention when I signed up that the campus I was going to would be closing down 6 months later."
  • Reviewed: 8/5/2015
  • Degree: Network Administration
"Terrible education no one likes when I inform them I went o devry , it cost me 75000 still cant come lose to make enough to start paying back , lots of people online review will a ay same thing credits dont transfer huge dissapointment . No more money for any more student loans devry took it all so I cant get any other degrees. It will take over 400 a month for 15.5 years to pay back this student loan .. ridiculous STAY AWAY FROM DEVRY UNIVERSITY , THEY ARE TAKING HUGE MONEY FROM GOVT IN YOUR NAME AND .. GOVT HOLDS YOU ACCOUNTABLE TO PAY IT BACK!! This will wreck your life .. WHAT A SCAM. THIS SHOULD BE ILLEGAL."
Fraud college
  • Reviewed: 2/24/2015
  • Degree: Network Administration
"This college and professor can live by your debt. You learn almost nothing except major. Do not spend your money and sacrifice yourself for this fraud company. Just go to comunity college. You cannot get a job and just will be student that have lot of debt. Their employee have a lot of good benefit from your debt. Ask them how many their emplyee child is studying in this school....Nobody..."