Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Rating: 5.7 out of 10(21 reviews)
The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) program is focused on the acquisition of theory and technical competencies associated with the information technology profession. The courses provide fundamental knowledge and application in both the information systems function and in system development. The curriculum is designed to produce graduates ready to function in information technology positions with the competencies, skills, and attitudes necessary for success in the workplace. The BSIT is the basis for career growth or the basis for a graduate program. The program/course objectives and competencies have been benchmarked against several external guidelines. The program has five main threads: Business Systems Development; Programming and Operating Systems; Databases; Networks and Telecommunications; and the Web.
August 24, 2014
Terrible! Don't bother wasting your time here for they are unprofessional staff online and in-person. I wouldn't expect children to be working in this joint but it will become quit suprising especially when they treat you unfairly. Online courses were fabulous but then it started shooting down with corruption and I was framed for violations I never did which left me with nothing. Avoid this trash if you can for their high tuition ratings are ...
Excellent School: You Get What You Put Into It.!
July 28, 2014
The University of Phoenix Information Technology for the Bachelor's Degree was tough, long, tiring, and sacrifice driven. All of which is necessary for you to get a dergree that is meaniningful and hard fought for. The Staff for the Financial and Education counseling were very helpful. For two years, I did my homework during the week and weekends. I had to post with everybody else on-time. Every last one of my papers, like every student ...
March 26, 2014
After reading some of the negative comments, I want to laugh. Bottom line is people want things handed on foot to them. I graduated with BS and had multiple interviews with impressive companies too. All this complaining about learning teams, do people not see the point that if you can't learn to work as a team you will never be succesful in the professional world? UOP has nothing but your career in mind, so things ...
Waste of time & money. Wish someone would have told me before I went in debt over this place.
February 8, 2013
I have a Bachelor Degree from UoP but can't seem to find a job. I have been done with school for a year and not one employer has called me back that I have submitted a resume to. The program through UoP is just writing papers and making power point presentations and looking after your learning team members to make sure they do their work and if they don't you have to do it and ...
UoP eeds SERIOUS Revamping of Their IT Program
September 13, 2012
I went through UoP's BSIT program from 2002 to 2004. As far as value for money paid, I am a disabled veteran, so the VA paid 100% of my costs. First of all, they misquoted my graduation date by not including most electives. Although transferred US military training took care of most of this, I had to double up on courses for the last year to graduate in the time frame that I wanted. While ...
Too easy, not near enough technical
May 20, 2011
Program: Information Technology Concentration: Software Engineering Graduated? 3 more months GPA: 3.99 Teachers: I put teachers as excellent, because its not the teachers that are bad, its the program and standards they have for how the teachers should teach. This is a software engineering review and semi technical, if you want to write essays for the entire 2 years, then this is the school for you. Otherwise, read further. If you are looking for real ...
Great school, but expensive
April 18, 2011
I have nothing but praise for UOP's Info System's curriculum. I had ABOVE EXCELLENT instructors. The work was HARD and a good personal schedule is REQUIRED. The information was up to date, cutting edge instruction from instructors employed by cutting edge technology companies. Value? Expensive no doubt! But if you work, have a family or an impossible schedule, the on-line option really works. Was it worth it? Overall, yes. I make great money, have had ...
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