Personally, because no one I knew went here, so I wanted a fresh start. Additionally, the school is drastically getting better. I also realized this was the best school for me because of my major. I can graduate on time here.
Could be better and more hands-on, there should be more classes that teach you relevant skills in demand in the real-life work industry, rather than just teaching us basics that are quite redundant.
Mostly pseudocode, sometimes it hasn't multiple-choice questions but mostly it is written answers. Most tests are filled out in booklets and some tests are much more difficult and have things on them that were never taught.
They are good, but also outdated. I believe faculty should be young and have knowledge of the current industry. A lot of the professors seem a little arrogant and think they know everything in the industry, and believe their way is the best way.
Tuition costs are 300 per credit, but if you are any resident 12-18 credits cost the same, but If not you pay extra.
Monthly Expense : $200 - $500