I landed a job before I graduated my BA for the Systems Security Program. For being in the IT field for less than three years I have landed an network administrator role. I just got an offer for a “security systems administrator” for a well known company. Before I started this career and school I was working at Taco Bell. I also have a drug felony I spent some time in prison for. With the combination of hard work and the degree it really did get me into the career field. If a person like me can do it then anyone can do it.
Reviewed by John on 9/2014, courtesy of GradeReport
This school is awesome, instructors want you to learn, you get help, you get tutoring, and if you miss a day of class, you have everyone calling you to motivate your butt to get back in class.
in otherwords, they actually care about your education, unlike a classroom of 100-300 w/ little to no chance of getting more than 1 question answered.
students are encouraged to raise their hands, not encouraged to be an noninteracting vegetable.
but its fast, a semester’s coursework is crammed into a quarter. stay on the homework and you’ll be fine!
Reviewed by Student on 12/2014, courtesy of Niche
An esteemed university this is not. What it is: a good place to go and learn, get a degree, and get a job in that field of study. I studied and achieved my B.S. in information system security and it was worth every penny. I loved all my instructors also, one of which was a Rhodes Scholar.
Here is the thing, education is what YOU make out of it. Don’t expect to just go and pay and then leave and jump out with a good job and your diploma in your hand. It doesn’t work that way.
My degree has definitely helped but I am not someone who stops learning either. I’ve achieved several certs since graduating. I’ve been promoted several times at work (I’ve been working there almost five years though) and have had several raises. I’m doing quite well.
Most people are struck to learn that at ITT, to maintain the accreditation, you have to take other classes like at any other accredited college. This means you’ll take math, you’ll take composition, in any B.S. course you’ll take research methods, you’ll take statistics, etc… You do get a pretty well rounded education.
Overall I definitely recommend ITT if the program you are going for you have a genuine interest in, and are someone who will work hard to succeed. And remember, ITT is a NATIONALLY accredited school, not a regionally accredited school, there is a difference.
Reviewed by Jason B. on 2/2010, courtesy of Yelp
I don’t know why there is so much bad publicity about this college. I think that this is a great college. Yes, it is a little expensive, but honestly what college isn’t? What students don’t realize is that other colleges may have cheaper tution but they have to pay for their books, which could be really expensive. Most of the books at ITT are provided for you and are part of the package. You also get a free laptop when you join. I think this is a great school and I recommend it to anyone looking for a college to attend.
Reviewed by Laurie H. on 9/2014, courtesy of GradeReports