ITT Tech Informative - Good School? - AAS Degree

Review by Principissa on 2009-10-29
This is a question for my step-brother.

He wants to know if ITT Tech is a good school. He wants to get his AAS and wants to do online school rather than traditional because he needs to work and cannot afford to quit to take traditional classes.

Has anyone had any experience with this school? If so what was your outcome? Was it easy to transfer your credits if you wanted to further your degree? Was your degree in your chosen field acceptable to employers when searching for a job.

Any answers good or bad, I told him to make an informed decision before getting enrolled.

Thanks!

Princi
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2009-11-03
Posted by 2inform on 2009-10-29:
ITT is not a bad school. However their credits do not easily transfer.

Also online classes are great for crazy schedules but they require as much time if not more time studying than a traditional lecture class. Before diving into an online only program, I recommend taking one online class at a community college to see if format works for the student. The community college's class will likely transfer to ITT unless it is a developmental/remedial course.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-10-29:
My wife was a Financial Aid Advisor at ITT Tech. It seems to be a very good technological school.
Posted by Principissa on 2009-10-29:
Thanks for the info guys! I'll pass it along to him as well as the advice to take an online class at a community college.
Posted by Proemed on 2009-11-03:
ITT, wait a minute are you aware it is not regionally accredited school? What that means is no state college or University accepts any of its credits for anything! Think it over. Why spend 10s of thousands of dollars for an unaccredited program? Your going to have to compete with graduates of accredited schools. Why be at such a disadvantage if its cheaper and better to go to a real college University? Don't believe their ads. They advertise because they know they would not get enrollment without a sales pitch. Do you see Harvard Law school advertising on TV? Think about it.

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