Strayer University Reviews of Master's in Information Systems

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67% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
83% of 6 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Master's in Information Systems

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Theresa Brabham
  • Reviewed: 12/2/2019
  • Degree: Information Systems
"I had a great experience with Strayer for both my Bachelor and Masters Degree. I was so happy that I was able to transfers about 64 credits from when I went to school years before I started. When I started my youngest one was about 3. I was going at Night and One time I didn’t have a babysitter and had to bring my son. He colored and was so quiet you didn’t know he was there. The financial Aid office was always helpful and got the process done so fast. I Was able to take classes online and in person. They are flexible and family oriented,. I would Definitely recommend Strayer."
Anthony T Periles
  • Reviewed: 11/21/2019
  • Degree: Information Systems
"Great school and great teachers. If you put in the hard work it will pay off here. This school is not a cakewalk but prepares you for future studies also. I graduated 2016 and now am in the LSAC.(lawschool admission council) ready to apply to lawschool. Strayer was a wonderful experience. God bless Tony periles Strayer alumni Lawschool candidate"
  • Reviewed: 2/18/2019
  • Degree: Information Systems
"I have finished my MS degree with Strayer University in 2017, I had a great time learning and participating with instructors and other students. In general, as we all know, school is no fun. You need to work hard to have a better grade especially a master degree requires a lot of work and write papers almost every week. I have taken a few online classes, but they didn't fit with, so most my class was on campus, that would help to learn more."
  • Reviewed: 10/10/2017
  • Degree: Information Systems
"I went to Strayer University from 2001 thru 2007. I completed my Bachelor's in Information System and was unable to get a job in the field. I then discussed with one of the counselor about switching my major to accounting since I could not get a job in computer's. I was advised that I could start a Master's program in Accounting since I had required credits and classes. What they did not tell me was that I was missing 4 essential classes in order to obtain my CPA designation. I did not find this out until the last class of the Master's degree and after obtaining more student loan debt. So obviously, I could not obtain a job in the accounting field either. Unable to start paying student loans back, I continued my education in the Master's Degree of Information Systems. After completing the degree, I was still unable to obtain a job in the computer field. I found out that the reason for this was that Strayer was not considered a recognized college. I now had $100,000, school debt and no job."
N. Moore
  • Reviewed: 8/7/2017
  • Degree: Information Systems
"I attended Strayer University back in 1995 and graduated in 1997 with a MS in Information Systems from the Woodbridge, VA campus. I was taking courses at George Mason University at the time on the traditional college schedule, but wanted to get my degree much faster. I was talking to one of my instructors one day, and he shared that he and some other instructors also taught the same classes at Strayer and George Washington universities. My thoughts at the time was that I could get the same instructors that I was getting at George Mason, but could go to Strayer and get my degree much faster. Almost all of the instructors that taught me, also taught at other colleges in the DC/MD/VA area. For example, my Economics teacher taught the same Master level class at University of Maryland at College Park, my Accounting professor taught at GW, etc. Who knew that professors floated from different colleges that way. During that time, the Internet was just becoming widely available, and there were no online courses. Luckily, Strayer was one of the first colleges to adopt online courses, and I was able to take a few online, which was wonderful. I remember thinking at the time that online would be easy, however, my instructors had a way of making sure you were still participating by constantly asking you questions:). For many classes such as Masters level Statistics, Accounting, and Economics, I couldn't even imagine ever taking the courses online since they were so rigorous. I had been out of college for some years, and those courses were difficult for me and for many other students. It was funny because everyone used to show up for study hall to prepare for those exams. Had wonderful instructors, a nice campus, a supportive team, and diverse students. Most of the students were already working professionals, successful in their field, but just wanted to enhance their careers. I used to love going to classes and meeting with my classmates. It was really a fun time for me."
  • Reviewed: 4/5/2016
  • Degree: Information Systems
"I recommend this degree program for people who have a mix of management and information technology domains. I found my military experiences in management, supervision and IT projects small and midsize projects technical and operational in nature help early in my classes. However, Stayer's program helped me focus more by conducting academic research and collaborating with professors and students who are in the field."