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Colorado State University Global Reviews of Bachelor's in Information Technology

17 Reviews

Locations:   Greenwood Village (CO) 

Annual Tuition: $8,400

75% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
53% 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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Reviewed: 2/20/2023

Degree: Information Technology

I'm thankful for this school for everything! I got my credits transferred from different universities/college and it all counted towards my bachelor degree. Courses were relatively easy for me because they were all related to my current job in IT industry. I had amazing advisor and professor, and they were very supportive.

IT Student

Reviewed: 4/26/2022

Degree: Information Technology

This school exists to charge you over $1000 in tuition per course for content that you would find in any other course offering online. Sometimes they aren't even ashamed of it, you'll see other online courses simply ported into Canvas as the course content, but your professor most likely barely even reviewed that content in those cases, and will be completely unhelpful to you outside of pointing you to the course content that, again, you could have found online for like $50. Otherwise you'll be doing... Read More

Heath C

Reviewed: 2/21/2020

Degree: Information Technology

The only reason I'm giving a 1 star review is that I cannot give them no stars. The Company is all about the money. The classes are not standard across the degree path one teacher tells you one thing another states something completely different. The support staff is utterly useless. I'm not sure why they call them advisers as they will only help to ensure you are in debt up to your ears. If you can get them to respond to you they are not going to help you other than to drag out the process hoping... Read More


Reviewed: 1/18/2020

Degree: Information Technology

Current student in the IT program. Teachers are NOT teachers, they are facilitators. Complete the work and you are guaranteed to pass and graduate. The program for for the IT students, TestOut, is the biggest joke. You will repeat quizzes and labs in at least 3 or 4 classes. It does moves up in levels, but it is generally a repeat. Material and ans labs in the networking class are repeated in systems and security as well as intermediate networking. my god, then again in the enterprise class. ******,... Read More


Reviewed: 8/20/2019

Degree: Information Technology

First of all - my advisors go through revolving door so frequently - I never know who is my advisor. Whenever I email them, I get "out of office." My IT degree requirements were a joke, they wanted me to take "Accounting" for a "required course. Most of my instructors respond nearly a day later. So if you come home from work, as most of us do, you started asking question to your instructor, you won't get it until the next day when you come home from work. There goes time. Many of my instructors are... Read More


Reviewed: 7/15/2019

Degree: Information Technology

Yeah... Good luck getting an official transcript if you ever need one. Paid my outstanding balance over 3 months ago now and they still won't release a transcript. Worst school I've ever been to on all levels. Do yourself a favor and DO NOT GO HERE


Reviewed: 4/29/2019

Degree: Information Technology

This is a grate school. I have two kids in a campus college also. Its harder in that its all online but if you have questions or need help you can email or call which is exactly what my kids do. They can choose to not go to lecture because thier courses are pod cast which is pretty much the same. Everything is due at the same time every week so no pop quizes. You have to teach yourself a little but I am older and have a ton of experience so I like it that way. Had trouble with two instructors but... Read More


Reviewed: 2/15/2019

Degree: Information Technology

Listen you can learn a lot from the program. Dont let the reviews on here fool you. However, what you learn is only up to you. All the content is there, but you arent actually taught anything by an instructor. They facilitate the course and grade for work. Thats it. You have to put in the work to actually retain and apply what you learn. I just finished my BS in Information Technology with a 3.75, and it was the easiest course load Ive ever taken. Most of the teachers dont even read the papers; I... Read More

Jon Cline

Reviewed: 1/3/2019

Degree: Information Technology

I'm near completion of a BS in Information Technology and am very happy with my experience. I've earned a 3.96 GPA and had to work very hard for it. I've always treated my instructors with respect and they've done the same for me. Anytime I've had an issue or didn't fully understand something, my instructors or student advisor have responded to my questions in a timely manner. There have been very few technical difficulties since I started in September of 2015 and I don't regret choosing CSU-Global... Read More


Reviewed: 11/17/2018

Degree: Information Technology

Overall, I had a quality experience at the CSU-Global Campus. Like many other reviewers have said, you often get out what you put into it. The classes require lots of research and paper writing. This is a much more effective way to learn in comparison to simple regurgitation and testing, but it is challenging because doing a good job takes time. I transferred 90 credit hours into the program from a traditional state school. Between the two, I felt I learned the same amount in the CSU-Global classes... Read More


Reviewed: 10/7/2018

Degree: Information Technology

Those who claim the education value is top notch at CSU Global must have a 5th grade education. This online University is an absolute JOKE and before you start classes here you better do some serious research. The universitys president Becky Takeda-Tinker wrote a book in 2018 regarding her idea of hiring instructors that have real life industry experience. Rather than hiring professional educators to teach at CSU Global. The idea was the instructors would then be able to have discussions on actual... Read More


Reviewed: 6/23/2018

Degree: Information Technology

How is a student supposed to have faith in an online university if you can't access your assignments because of non-stop maintenance? 3/4 of the time I could not even login into the portal, and when I did get logged in, the portal had limited functionality. Because of this, I decided that I would withdraw as I didn't have faith in their online learning environment. When attending an online university, you should be able to access your assignments any time of the day Note: This was only my second... Read More


Reviewed: 11/28/2017

Degree: Information Technology

I read a review that said instructors did not give feed back and that the weekly essays are almost 6 pages long. I have been going to this school for almost 3 years and love it! Unfortunately online schooling is not for everyone and it is not easy at all! It is very difficult and needs a lot of time and dedication! I was able to still maintain my A GPA, but it took me doing homework almost every night and 8 hours on Saturdays and Sundays. Yes there is a lot that you have to read and yes essay are... Read More


Reviewed: 11/5/2017

Degree: Information Technology

The classes and instruction at CSU-Global were overall very good. Typical with all learning institutions that I have attended you will find some instructors and classes that are lacking. All in all I was very happy with what I learned and for information technology the hands on approach is the best way to go.

Adam S

Reviewed: 8/10/2017

Degree: Information Technology

A lot of adults assume that online classes are easy, they are not! Online learning is much harder than in-class learning. I got an Associate Degree in Science (Information technology) at a high quality community college, then enrolled at CSU since i move around a lot. The courses are very challenging and overloaded, writing three responses in interactive forums, weekly papers:4-5 pages a week, and a final project of 11-12 pages. Your professor would provide guidance if you ask, but nothing more.... Read More


Reviewed: 8/15/2016

Degree: Information Technology

I am a current student at CSU-Global and this University's policy is setup to favor the University. I recently encountered a situation where I had to request an extension due to unforeseen circumstances. I followed CSU's Incomplete Request and the instructor failed to make the exam available. It is going on one month and the between the Instructor and faculty members this issues continues to be unresolved. Their lack of communication amongst one another is poor and they will try to put the blame... Read More


Reviewed: 9/16/2014

Degree: Information Technology

I had gone to a "regular" university years ago, and after 2 years of attending classes and not knowing what I wanted to do, I left for the workforce. During the course of the next 15 years I finished an associates in Electronics and gained a lot of practical experience and certifications in the IT industry. With urging from my boss, I decided to go back and finish my Bachelors and CSU-Global seemed like a good fit for someone who worked full time and could only further my education on my own time.... Read More

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