Post University Reviews of Bachelor's in Network Security

  • 6 Reviews
  • Waterbury (CT)
  • Annual Tuition: $16,610
50% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of 6 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Bachelor's in Network Security

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Deborah Owens
  • Reviewed: 3/16/2021
  • Degree: Network Security
"Post University doesn't have a virtual classroom, however, they are committed to helping the student achieve their goals. The professors are awesome! The staff in every department is knowledgable with the current positions they hold and have answers to all of a students questions. Choose Post University."
  • Reviewed: 12/3/2018
  • Degree: Network Security
"Post University is outstanding. Do not believe the reviews that say other wise. From the moment I applied at Post University. and in each class I have taken they have gone above and beyond. Financial aid is amazing too! My guess is that anyone that complains about that didn't complete the forms that financial aid requests. They tell you from the beginning that in order to complete your financial aid the forms need to be completed asap. Plus if your failing your classes obviously the government isn't going to pay for your classes. If you want to be successful and graduate you can. Post provided me with the tools I needed to be successful."
Transfer student
  • Reviewed: 11/11/2018
  • Degree: Network Security
"Post Computer Information Systems program is the worst because there is no CIS courses offer programming, databases, nor even simple Web application. All they have bounce of links and readings, nothing else. The department chair does not even know a simple HTML code. I am so lucking to transfer to a different school. I would not recommend anyone seeking for a CIS degree at Post University and build up loans and never be able to pay back"
  • Reviewed: 6/15/2016
  • Degree: Network Security
"This overall was a great experience. There were a few issues with online text books so whenever possible obtain physical textbooks. Staff is knowledgeable and helpful however I have had a few times where I couldn't access the online textbooks and no one seemed to know how to resolve it but within a day or two the problem would be resolved and they called me to tell me they fixed the issue. Other then online textbook issues it was great experience. If you do FAFSA they may take out the loan as well so be weary if they do this as they did my loan first and not my grant."
  • Reviewed: 1/13/2016
  • Degree: Network Security
"I am in my third year at Post, and should be graduating later this year. I can't say that my experience has been all that worth while. I can't really say that I've learned much, because the truth is, I haven't. For a computer related degree, the school requires far too many business/management courses. I have gone over far more business/management material than I have computer related material. Most of these classes have a great deal of overlap in the content as well, so while I might take 5 classes, there is really maybe 1.5 classes worth of content. I was really hoping to expand my knowledge in the IT field and prepare myself for a career in that industry, but I feel woefully ill prepared as I near graduation. I haven't had any of the issues others have had with the financial department (I haven't dealt with them at all as my tuition is paid for by my current employer), and my advisers have always been pleasant to work with. I can't say the same for the instructors. A few have been engaging and helpful throughout the course, most have just been there. All of the supposed education comes from your own efforts with reading, research, etc. When there are questions posed to the instructors, their replies are usually vague and unhelpful. I mostly just try to avoid contacting them at all unless I have a question about a grade. That happens more than it should because there are mistakes, and sometimes questions on tests are worded very poorly and can be taken several different ways. Grading is usually pretty easy though, and I often think that they are participatory more than anything. If not that, then they seem to look at whether or not you used proper APA formatting more than at the content of what you actually said. There is far too much emphasis on proper formatting and procedure than there is on learning anything useful. So at the end of the year I will have my degree. Unfortunately, I won't have an education. I guess I'll have to find that on my own after I get my $60,000 piece of paper."
Patrick Diedrich
  • Reviewed: 10/27/2015
  • Degree: Network Security
"Overall, I felt that the online education was good. All the professors were timely in their responses and more than willing to work with the hectic life of a Service Member; however, I can not express enough, how disgusted I am with the administration offices. I graduated in April, 2015 it is now four days away from November 2015 and I still have not received a diploma. When 90 days passed by the graduation date and my diploma had not arived, and I asked about it, they told me that there was a problem with the printers and there was a delay of a few weeks. Okay, no big deal. Several weeks later, no diploma, and I asked again. They said that it was sent out and I should be receiving it in no time. Okay, sounds good. Several weeks later, no diploma, and I asked again. They said that they were very sorry this was happening, and would look in to it. Okay... Several weeks later, no diploma, and no response about what happened to it, so I asked again. Now the replies I am getting are starting to get rude. But they inform me that my diploma was sent to the wrong address (wtf?!) and that they would have to re-print and send it out again. .... Several weeks later, no diploma, and I ask again. No one seems to know anything so they tell me that it has been re-ordered, that it will be out in the mail shortly and I should receive it within the week. .... .. ... Several weeks later, no diploma. This time I ask if I have been ripped off and I inform them that seeking legal counsel will be my next course of action. They claim it was mailed out on the 22nd of October 2015 and that is where it is at right now. Still no diploma...."