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Purdue Global Reviews of Bachelor's in Cybersecurity

9 Reviews

Locations:   Indianapolis (IN) 

Annual Tuition: $14,436

67% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
67% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Cybersecurity

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Cybersecurity

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Philip Andrei Green

Reviewed: 11/10/2023

Degree: Cybersecurity

The B.S. in Cybersecurity - Excel Track degree program online from Purdue Global is an excellent choice for students who are fast learners and work at their own pace. I recently graduated from Purdue University Global, and overall I am extremely satisfied with my experience. As a disabled student, I struggled to find a university or college teaching cybersecurity that could accommodate my disabilities. Purdue Global's Excel Track is a self-paced degree program where students engage in hands-on labs,... Read More


Reviewed: 8/5/2023

Degree: Cybersecurity

The student financing office is terrible. I have had issues over the same topic numerous times, and because they outsource handling this part of the university, it has been a continual headache. The professors provide a great experience, but I am pursuing my graduate degree elsewhere because the thought of dealing with the finance department for more time is nauseating.

Jody Hume

Reviewed: 4/27/2023

Degree: Cybersecurity

I had a lot of concerns when I started my journey at Purdue, but they were quickly dissolved. The curriculum is really smooth, in each class the weekly requirement is pretty repetitive so once you get a good time management plan established it was easy to keep up. Each class I had was enjoyable, the class matter really helped me understand my major, and all of my teachers were very helpful and focused on the students' success.

Sheldon High

Reviewed: 12/22/2022

Degree: Cybersecurity

I had a great experience and learned a lot. My only sugesstion would be to incorporate a eMass and Xacta course. I feel learning about the two application will help the cybersecurity student greatly, and will help them further their career as a cybersecurity professional.

The Meister

Reviewed: 8/1/2022

Degree: Cybersecurity

Not an online program I would recommend. My experience has been underwhelming and disappointing to say the least. After the initial enrollment I have heard nothing from my student advisor. The voicemail box has been full since my first term and my student advisor has not responded to any of my emails. I had issues accessing books, which I had to buy myself, and I wasn't even allowed to discuss or know what my next classes would be for the next term until two days before. The site also gets shut down... Read More

Zachery Long

Reviewed: 1/25/2022

Degree: Cybersecurity

The school overall was great, had a great structure, easy to navigate, and had great choices to help out when needed. Some of the instructors were too lenient at some points and a bit harsh on others. Yes, they are there to help us succeed but there seem to be a few people who slip through who should be held accountable for their lack of commitment. The teachers had a great work experience and their experience translated into their teaching but some teachers were teaching a topic that they didn't... Read More


Reviewed: 4/29/2021

Degree: Cybersecurity

DON'T GO HERE. They will lie to you and tell you that you can try classes for free for a week. Then when you call in to drop the class, they'll fail to do their job and charge you thousands of dollars for their negligence. Absolutely horrible school and horrible experience. Strongly urge you to check the Better Business Bureau report about this company before getting involved with them. There's numerous reports of these guys failing to do their job and sticking individuals with thousands of dollars... Read More

There is Purdue and Pur-Don't (AKA Purdue University Global). Say no to Pur-Don't

Reviewed: 8/1/2019

Degree: Cybersecurity

Purdue University Global is a complete disgrace and embarrassment to the entire Purdue University System. The admissions team has zero integrity and will sell you this dream of being a "Purdue University" student...and being in same company of people like Neal Armstrong and Drew Breeze. Conflating Purdue University and Purdue University Global is unethical as the two are hardly the same. Purdue University is an actual research university and Purdue University Global is's Kaplan University.... Read More


Reviewed: 6/19/2018

Degree: Cybersecurity

I was satisfied with the school but I ended up going to another school. First let me tell you this is how it worked for me. They give you a written assignment for every unit in most classes. Sometimes two written assignments that I have seen from 100 words to 500 words. Then you have to contribute to two discussions per unit. Then for each discussion you have to post two replies to two students for each discussion. School units start on Wednesdays and end on Tuesday. Seminars are mandatory. With... Read More


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