wasn’t that long ago that public colleges and universities
were much more affordable than many private colleges and
universities. In recent years, however, the cost of education
at many public colleges and universities has increased
dramatically. Additionally, other cost saving measures have
made it more difficult for many students to get the classes
they want when they want them in public colleges and
universities, causing it to take longer to finish school and
reach the workplace.
As a generalization, there is no such thing as a “good
school.” What counts is whether there is a “good fit.” Is the
student in a place where his or her needs are being optimally
met in an environment where he or she thrives and grows.
Don’t rule out private schools as an efficient way to get an
advanced ICT degree. Many may be easier to get into, easier to
get the classes you want, and even less expensive, given
Some good places to start exploring private colleges with ICT
related programs are:
Following are (incomplete) links to information on a few
specific ICT related programs at private 4-year colleges and
universities in the MPICT region.