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What colleges have some of the best information technology classes?

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Heine’s Answer

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Stanford and MIT are some of the best. You can see some free materials online https://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm and https://online.stanford.edu/courses.

You can try yourself and learn by yourself. Actually this is a important characteristic for people that works in IT world. Most of my certifications and knowledges I learnt by myself, so adding knowledge to my career.

You can also start not in colleges, but in doing technical trainings. Cisco offers an very important program called Network Academy (https://www.netacad.com/). I did this program and that just changed my life. At that time I did the CCNA training, but today they have trainings related with programming and other topics more related with Information Technology.

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Didio’s Answer

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This is similar to asking which car do you recommend. In the case of a college it depends on preference, what you can afford and if you are willing to relocate to attend a good University. With students loans you can go almost anywhere, but the more the loan the longer it will to pay it back. Like the gentlemen who answered stating to do research; this is going to be your best bet. I decided to go back to college 20 years after my first time. I am currently attending WGU. The good thing about WGU is that the more time you put into it the sooner you will graduate and the less you end up paying. It is 100% online so if you don't have the dedication it will take you longer to graduate and you'll end up paying a lot more. I didn't have the dedication when I was young. I was more concerned with where the girls were and where the best place to party was. I started in DeVry which is a great University, but there are so many other options now. You might even get the education you are looking for in your local community college. Find forums where other students have written about their experience with a college you are interested in. Good Luck and God Bless!

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