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American InterContinental University Reviews of Bachelor's in Information Technology

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Annual Tuition: $13,664

50% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Information Technology

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Information Technology

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Wilfred N. Everett

Reviewed: 10/28/2022

Degree: Information Technology

Love the experience and flexibility of online education. After 26 years of traveling the world and defending this country, I finally decided to do something that would make the future me proud. Being the first of my mothers 12 children to graduate college, is something I will never forget and will always remember. I did it for my Grandparents who are now looking down on me and smiling! I DID IT!!!! #GRANDPAANDGRANDMA

Korlu Saye

Reviewed: 3/13/2020

Degree: Information Technology

My experience so far with AIU is somewhat of a hate and love relationship. If all of the professors was like my student advisor, that this school would have been rated 5 out of 5 stars. I have had some great professors and I have had some worse ones. Last semester I was at the verge of quitting because I felt I was not learning anything and every time I reached out to the professors I get google it or youtube it or I have another job and so I don't expect them to respond when I need them to. I don't... Read More

Brian B.

Reviewed: 6/30/2018

Degree: Information Technology

I have been in school since 2004 on and off. I have experienced a lot of classroom environments and different schools both brick and mortar and online. AIU is probably my favorite given how many tools they give you to learn and collaborate. The professors actually care. An here's a headline many under advertise: NO TESTS/MIDTERMS/FINALS! You heard that right. No filling in bubbles or googling test answers. They have what's called Intellipath which is like a lab. You are given access day one of class.... Read More

Randy Chupp

Reviewed: 5/21/2018

Degree: Information Technology

I have been going to AIU since 2015, I came in with a 3.8 GPA and left with a 1.7 GPA. Once the professors found out I was a veteran I felt I was graded differently. My math professor told me that I went into the military because I went to a public school and I lack the education to go to college. Now that I left AIU stuck me with a 2k bill and will not release my transcripts. If you are a veteran stay away from AIU.

American Intercontinental University isn't that great

Reviewed: 2/27/2018

Degree: Information Technology

I haven't graduated yet, but I feel as if though this is still not quite the school I have any business attending, I only did this to get experience for a job and right now my job hunt sucks and it did last year and it probably will this year. Why did I even bother dealing with this school; because nothing is ever good enough for them. I print out a 4506-T "Non-filing," form and shortly after my student page is shut down  - nothing there, I can't log in and I can't do anything as it pertains to my... Read More


Reviewed: 1/23/2017

Degree: Information Technology

Their online program was great. Having the ability to pause, rewind, and review the lectures was extremely valuable. I earned my bachelors degree and got a job as a software engineer, now making twice as much as I was before starting college. The best part was that the material didn't focus on memorizing useless facts and obsolete techniques, but rather focused on the underlying fundamentals that technology is built on. All of the classes were challenging, and I had to retake Biology because the... Read More


Reviewed: 1/3/2017

Degree: Information Technology

I loved AIU and enjoyed going to the campus and school online. I enjoyed the professors and the campus environment. Online was easy to interact with professors, staff, and other students around the world. I am proud to be an AIU alumni.


Reviewed: 12/29/2016

Degree: Information Technology

Before enrolling I never had any experience in the field of I.T. so I drilled the counselors on my prospects to getting a good job after graduation. My issue was, with only basic knowledge of I.T. related information, how could they teach me to magically be an I.T. professional? The counselor literally quilted me into enrolling saying "You're over 40 and should FINALLY get your degree!" Well I NEVER got a job in I.T. It has been over 12 years now and I couldn't tell you anything about I.T., Networking,... Read More

Brian Rhoades

Reviewed: 9/2/2016

Degree: Information Technology

I went to the AIU in Houston, TX for two quarters. Here are the pros and cons of this institution that I encountered: Cons - One of the IT professors appears as if she doesn't care about teaching. She introduced herself as a Doctorate in Information Technology, but from the measly lectures that she prepared and her timid tone of her voice (I had to literally move within 5 or 10 feet of her, just so I could hear what she was saying), I'm convinced that she knows absolutely nothing about teaching.... Read More


Reviewed: 2/20/2016

Degree: Information Technology

AIU is a terrible school. Their material is outdated!! One class said this: Facebook now has 500 million users! They also used outdated software! They also could NEVER tell me how much my reimbursement checks would be so I could never plan paying my bills! One time they said I would receive $500 and they ended giving me just $82! I nearly lost my apartment because of them! I did not end up graduating from this outdated "university" because they kept making my finances impossible and they never updated... Read More

Robert Kelly

Reviewed: 11/12/2014

Degree: Information Technology

I had physically attended community colleges in younger years and considered myself a good student. After retiring from the military I thought it would be a good idea to get my BSIT. They were extremely helpful in assisting me with my 9/11 GI Bill and Employer reimbursement: Rating Financial Services at (8.9) due to occasional invoice in the wrong format. Course Material: I found most classes to be easy. Google Searches and restating the the M.U.S.E objectives were often enough to get good grades.... Read More

Kevin Garry

Reviewed: 7/21/2013

Degree: Information Technology

Tell us about your college experience.

Going to AIU was an excellent fit for me. I was able to study in the field I wanted and continue to work Full Time supporting my family.

Would you get the same degree if you could start over?

When I went to AIU they didn't have the disciplines in BIT they have today. I would have focused on Assurance and Security if available when I attended classes.

What advice can you offer other students?

Go to AIU, great program, challenging and yet flexible for those requiring... Read More

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