Computer Systems Tech Schools in New Mexico
Schools for this programSchools for this program
Computer Systems Tech Schools in New Mexico offering certificate lengths of less than two years:
|School||City||Recent Annual Graduates|
|Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute||Albuquerque||0|
|University of New Mexico-Valencia County Campus||Los Lunas||1|
Annual Prices (for the school, not necessarily this specific program of study; also, prices vary with student income level)
|School||Avg. Net Price||Price Range||Daycare||Weekends||Some Online|
|Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute||8,436||8,258 - 8,876||Yes||-||Yes|
|University of New Mexico-Valencia County Campus||5,866||5,207 - 7,911||-||Yes||Yes|Why did people choose their school for this program?Why did people choose their school for this program?
"The school was close to were I lived. It was affordable. I had tried traditional college, and this seemed like a good option."
"I choose ITT Tech because of the many courses that were offered and the fact that I would be able to study at my own pace online. It fit greatly into my work-life balance."
"The college offered part-time availability, which fit my work schedule. Also, the County offered a subsidized way to attend college vs. paying full tuition."
"It was the only tech school in my area that offered the program I was looking for."
"I choose my college because it is local to where I am. I also choose it because it is within my price budget. I also liked the flexibility of the class schedules."
What surprised people about the school they chose?What surprised people about the school they chose?
"The classes went well, and I liked the teachers and the amount of work we were given. I met great people and was able to get a part time job through the school while I was attending."
"I found that ITT Tech had many graduates but the cost of the attendance was very high."
"The reputation of Technical colleges is often overlooked. I am very pleased with the level of expertise at the college I attended."
"the admin office lied through there teeth to get people to enrol and the areaare service dept did anything and everything they could do to make their numbers look good, even forceing students to make up their own business and get a business linneces."
"I was surprised at overall how in depth the class course were. Being part time, it was tough at times to stay current but overall the cirriculum was accurate and on par for what I expected."
"That my college was just a community college."
How do people describe their job hunt?How do people describe their job hunt?
"I moved to a new city, and at first was having a hard time finding a computer related job. Then I was told about a large company, that I had not heard of, who hires computer system operators. I applied and was hired in about 3 weeks."
"After completing the program, I took some time to do research on different jobs or career choices. I made a list of different companies and wrote down pertinent information such as pay, qualifications and more to see if it would be a mutual benefit. Once the list was completed, I started with my first choice and start the process of job hunting."
"When I spoke with recruiters at the beginning of the program and applied for jobs, I did not have much luck as I did not have the qualifications required. When I neared completion of the program, I found employers to be more receptive."
"whent looking online on different job boards, went door nocking with rusumes in hand and cold called"
"I searched through various online web sources for jobs in this field. I ultimately had used a local job recruiter who helped me land this job."
"I applied to several government jobs, and got replies quickly."