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DeVry University Reviews of Bachelor's in Network Security

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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Network Security

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Network Security

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Philip O'Reilly

Reviewed: 1/14/2019

Degree: Network Security

I typically don't write reviews, but I am currently fed up with this place and wanted to share my issues so others will not have to face the same complications I did. Throughout my 3 year stay in DeVry I was lied to by the finance department several times about estimates and the cost of upcoming semesters. Estimates would be $300-$500 out of pocket based on the schedule they helped build for me, but the actual cost would sometimes reach $2000. Along with that, the classes don't teach you much that... Read More


Reviewed: 9/15/2017

Degree: Network Security

I attended DeVry (back then Ohio Institute of Technology) after completing 2.5 years in the SUNY system. I loved the small class sizes and learned to program very well. Already had all the liberal arts courses I could ever need and wanted to focus on the computer science piece and complete quickly, which I did. Most of the teachers were excellent. I got a job immediately after graduation and currently have a 6-figure salary. It was all classroom then and you had to work hard and attend all day 5... Read More

Jay Martins DeVry 2017 Graduate

Reviewed: 5/14/2017

Degree: Network Security

DeVry university is the worst decision I ever made in my entire life. I attended back in 2012 and graduated in January 2017. The degree is overpriced like buying a small house but, instead all I got was a piece of worthless paper that came delayed few months in the mail. This university really played me for a sucker. Follow all their rules and put your complete blind trust in them and you could succeed in life. In reality all they were doing was signing me up for more unnecessary classes, loans,... Read More

K. Williams

Reviewed: 3/1/2017

Degree: Network Security

DeVry University provides an opportunity for students hoping to further their careers. It succeeds for those that are self motivated and determined to obtain a degree; however, it may not be the best option for those with financial constraints or that need extra support. They struggle in these areas. The degree program could be more rigorous and provide a clearer outline of what careers in the chosen field from this institution actually constitute. Overall, it accomplishes its mission of placing... Read More

Thomas Bush

Reviewed: 9/13/2016

Degree: Network Security

I attended DeVry University mostly online and some at Addison IL campus from 2013-2016. I majored in Computer Information Systems Bachelor of Science degree. This is the WORST $100,000 plus 6-12 Percent Interest decision of my life. Where do I begin, DeVry university is a FOR PROFIT FAKE school. The education is outdated and downright poor quality. Their advisors are like playing the lottery. They are random each time you call them. You will go through with millions of different financial, academic,... Read More


Reviewed: 9/3/2016

Degree: Network Security

This school started off good, until they started to change everything over summer. The classes now consist of teachers just handing out homework without explaining the work. They don't even bother to show the students how to do the work anymore. I have spent my time watching youtube and search the web to try to understand the work. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY FOR THIS SCHOOL!


Reviewed: 7/14/2016

Degree: Network Security

Transitioning back into school is made easy with DeVry's non-degree benefits. My Compass to my Career and SuccessU make funding my degree easier and introduced me to just what it takes to change. Knowing exactly what requirements are needed for entry level positions has refined my goals and set me on an upward path to success!


Reviewed: 7/8/2016

Degree: Network Security

I graduated from DeVry in December 2017. I earned my bachelors of science in computer information systems with a cumulative GPA 3.86. I did the entire course online. So far, I have been on several interviews and all have said that I am not sufficiently trained or there is too much of a deficit in my level of skill to perform the entry level job. The jobs applied for are entry level software developer, database admin, among others my degree states I am prepped for. I finally gave up and went back... Read More

Tinu mathew

Reviewed: 3/10/2016

Degree: Network Security

Devry student services was very helpful. The classes and professors are always willing to assist. The IT department was well knowledgeable and helped me reset my laptop. I got my associates degree in 2015 and I returned for my bachelor in 2016. The school atmosphere is also very professional.


Reviewed: 2/7/2016

Degree: Network Security

The Good: If you are an adult looking to complete a degree in hopes that it will help you get a little further in your career then I think DeVry is a good fit. If you are willing to do independent research when course curriculum or instructors fail you, then you should be fine. What DeVry Isn't: DeVry, although accredited, is a college that caters to the online student who doesn't have the time or capability to attend on campus full time and do not want the lengthy delay of going part time to a university... Read More


Reviewed: 10/13/2015

Degree: Network Security

DeVry was okay. I feel that their education platform and system can be easily manipulated to coast through as some of my classmates did.


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