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Rasmussen University Online Reviews of Bachelor's in Computer Science

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Annual Tuition: $11,610

50% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
43% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Computer Science

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Computer Science

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Reviewed: 11/4/2022

Degree: Computer Science

I have started attending this school recently and decided to read some reviews about it. After reading several reviews I understand the concern for lack of teaching. I’m taking a accelerated degree that results in 5.5 week semesters and roughly 30ish hours of HW/research a week. I do work full time and I’m managing to get A’s in my classes. THIS PROGRAM IS WHAT YOU MAKE OUT OF IT. If your willing to read a very technical textbook and teach yourself a lot of materials while putting in the time you’ll... Read More

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Reviewed: 8/22/2018

Degree: Computer Science

This is hands down the best online school for people looking to get into Computer Science. You can jump into Data-Science or show off your design skills by earning a Web Dev Degree! I went for my Software Degree and loved the entire process. After spending 1 week getting used to the online layout, I felt confident in completing the rest of my degree. My counselor is Uber Cool and feel that the entire college is much more helpful than others I have dealt with! If you want to major in tech, then go... Read More


Reviewed: 12/8/2017

Degree: Computer Science

People seem to not quite understand that these types of schools largely result in what you put in. I've never had issues getting into contact with anyone from the school whether it be professors, advisers, tech support, or anyone else. My adviser has even been very easy to contact during holiday times. The reality is this school is a for-profit so their courses aren't as hard a they could be but if you choose to be lazy and put in no effort it shouldn't come as a surprise when you get nothing out... Read More

Heavy Writing in Computer Science Program

Reviewed: 2/19/2017

Degree: Computer Science

I took this program immediately after graduating with a Bachelors degree in Business. Much of my previous coursework was able to be transferred which was very nice, and I was able to complete the program in 15 months. The problem I had with these courses is the lack of actual programming experience that was offered in the program. I had 5 courses (6 weeks each) which involved coding. All other classes were strictly writing courses which required up to 10 pages of writing per week. With graduation... Read More

Tim S

Reviewed: 9/26/2016

Degree: Computer Science

I have just completed my first year at Rasmussen College. I think its great. There are a lot of bad reviews and sometimes its our own faults for giving the bad reviews. I've seen stuff like "I have a bad professor because he gave me a bad grade for turning in late homework" or "my financial aid got messed up but I turned it in a week late". Its called holding yourself accountable and if you want to be in school, you'll find ways that motivate you to stay in school. I'm not saying its perfect and... Read More


Reviewed: 8/16/2016

Degree: Computer Science

I graduated from Rasmussen with an A/S in Network Administration. After finding out that I would have to take more than 80% over again at another college I gave Rasmussen one more chance. And complained to the state about the BS from this school. I never made it through my first returning quarter. I wrote one paper about business and used Rasmussen. I had to tell what their product or service was. I stated Education as their primary product or service. I got a zero and was told it was dreams not... Read More


Reviewed: 5/20/2015

Degree: Computer Science

I started at this school with high hopes for my first college, I was soon greatly disappointed in the quality of the courses and the staff. In the span of the year that I had been enrolled they changed my advisors about 5 times without notifying me, so I would send out and email only to have a different person replying each time. The course material and textbooks are completely unrelated to the coursework and assignments. My teachers were amazingly uncaring about improving students, whenever I asked... Read More


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