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Southern New Hampshire University Online Reviews of Bachelor's in Computer Science

7 Reviews

Locations:   Manchester (NH) 

Annual Tuition: $9,600

0% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
57% 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: 7/5/2023

Degree: Computer Science

Southern New Hampshire University offers a high-quality computer science program that is both affordable and accessible. The program is designed to prepare students for careers in a variety of fields, including software engineering, data science, and cybersecurity. One of the strengths of SNHU's computer science program is its focus on hands-on learning. Students have the opportunity to work on real-world projects, such as developing software applications or analyzing data sets. This hands-on experience... Read More

Josh Van

Reviewed: 9/22/2022

Degree: Computer Science

I am a busy guy so when the time to go to college came around, I was looking online to both save time and money without commuting, room and board, etc. SNHU is a legit school and all but I regret not looking into other online schools and comparing my options. Ever since I enrolled I have honestly been too embarrassed to even tell others that I go to college, primarily because SNHU has a poor reputation to many people. When I've told people that I go here they always say "Oh that school with all the... Read More


Reviewed: 12/19/2021

Degree: Computer Science

I just graduated with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science with a 4.0 GPA. If you are not highly motivated and capable of self-learning difficult concepts then this online program is not for you. I earned an associate's degree in EET prior to this degree via the traditional in- class format at a local CC. That said, I liked the convenience of the online option better, but I liked the in-class instruction better for the AS degree. I think some of the learning module resources at SNHU are dated... Read More


Reviewed: 10/4/2020

Degree: Computer Science

I already have 2 prior degrees in different fields including many online classes. I noticed in prior reviews, it seemed like everyone was taking English. I don't think I noticed any STEM/Business/medical, etc. I have enough experience to remain neutral. At this time SNHU uses Brightspace. SNHU previously used Blackboard. (Blackboard is horrible.) Brightspace is much better. It is confusing at first, but effective in stating assignments, rubrics, grades, extra help, and notifying you if you have completed... Read More


Reviewed: 9/7/2019

Degree: Computer Science

The online courses are very frustrating. I do not struggle academically but struggle to get the information I need from the school to complete the courses. The online modules are of very low quality. I have seen assignments due with little to no instruction on how to complete them, have seen assignments that are themselves flawed or incomplete. Not all courses but enough of them. There was one assignment that I didn't receive from the instructor until 2 days after it was due. The assignment in the... Read More


Reviewed: 2/19/2019

Degree: Computer Science

Admission was poor. Financial Aid treated me like I was right out of high school. I brushed it off and continued to do the work, and do better than the first two semesters which were awful. Then I continued into the next semester with a less than professional professor. I submitted all work, and luckily for me, the online book shows reports of your work. The professor claimed I never submitted the work, and I showed I did. After losing my temper, (which I never do) I was invited to a committee whos... Read More

Terrible online classes

Reviewed: 1/23/2018

Degree: Computer Science

This school is a joke. I don't know how they got accredited. I took two classes online and dropped them week two. Their website is so convoluted and disorganized. The instructors have no idea what they are doing. They don't even write the curriculum and when I attempted to clarify the confusing and terrible prompts, they seemed even more than confused I was. You will not get a good education from their online programs. Don't waste your money and go to to a real school.


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