National American University Online Reviews - Bachelor's in Information Technology

4.08 out of 5 stars
(4 Reviews)
50% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of 4 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Sean - 1/20/2020
Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2020
"I have been attending NAU for a few years now. It has been a decent experience. I did a few in class courses and the rest have been online. I prefer the online classes as they are flexible. Cons about them are broken links to assignments sometimes and self motivation to get the work done. Academic advisors have been changed like 8 or 9 times for me seems like every quarter i get a new one as the old one leaves for a new job. I read so many bad reviews on here but it seems like bitter people who ran out of funding or didnt get things the way they wanted. I am sure other schools have the same problems as most of these people are experiencing. This is the only school i have been to and i feel it is worth the time if you have the funding to complete your degree."
3.9 out of 5 stars
Boldguy - 4/2/2019
Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2014
"My decision to attend this school was somewhat arbitrary, but it turned out well. I experienced pro's and con's during the process of getting my degree. First the pro's: I could hold a full time job, and get the degree I needed to further my career. Financial Aid was never a problem, and I generally got all the help from instructors I needed. The Con's: It cost a lot of money, but I knew that going in. I was pretty confident that I could make up that amount of money with improved income. The other Con was that I had at least three advisors in four years, and they became increasingly harder to contact. The last one did bail me out of a tough spot. I got to the senior year, and the very last class I needed was full. It might have meant waiting another whole year to get this class, which was not acceptable. This lady actually opened another class for me and several others, and allowed me to graduate on time. It bothers me that so many other people are dissatisfied. It makes me wonder if they did their homework before they enrolled in this school. Overall I feel that my expectations were met."
4.0 out of 5 stars
Wayne - 10/9/2013
Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year:
"I have attended NAU for almost 3 years now, and I have not regretted this at all. If anyone is going to NAU that means they want to advance in their career, and to me that's amazing. I understand some of the other reviews about financial aid, but bashing the college all together doesn't make sense. You have an idea already what the school will cost as soon as you enrolled... People who are trying to figure out if NAU is for you, take my word for it, "It totally is." I am 3 classes away from my bachelor's and I am so excited. If you put in the time, and you work your A** off. You will get a ton out of this school. So for those who complained and dropped out of NAU, good luck with your future, but for those who stuck it out and made it through, CONGRATS!!! And for those who are nervous that this school won't be taken seriously as some other schools... don't be. I have been to a handful of interviews and they are totally impressed about attending this school, and were amazed by my motivation. TRUST ME it will pay off."
3.0 out of 5 stars
Matt - 6/1/2013
Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2013
"This school continuously made mistakes with financial aid that cost me. On several occasions the school overcharged the VA which resulted in me owing the VA money. The last draw was that the finance department waited 3 years to state there was an over payment and will with hold my degree until the debt is satisfied."