Computer and Information Sciences at College of the Ouachitas: Overview

(Rating 4 based on 5 reviews)

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At the College of the Ouachitas through Computer and Information Sciences program you can get degrees of such award levels: Award of less than 1 academic year, Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years, Associate's degree. The lessons of this program will be held at One College Circle.

The average total number of students of all degrees enrolled in this specialty is 28 or more and 89.3% of students are men. 7.1% of students enrolled in the Computer and Information Sciences program are non-residents of the United States.

Academic/career counselling and employment services provided for students. 8% of students receive financial aid.

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The oldest university in San Diego. Parking lots (not free) available. Public transportation available. HWY I-8 nearby. Many dinning options nearby. Not too many study options (colleges) available. Campus is not very big. Easy access. About 10 minutes driving distance to Westfield Mission Valley Mall and Fashion Valley Mall.

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Oh man, what a fantastic place. Loved it so much I stayed 5 years! Professors were decent for the most part. Professor Jeff Hay (History) was absolutely phenomenal. I went here from 09-14 when sports were in their golden era and when tuition was still $3k a semester. Overall just a marvelous campus with so much to do. Take advantage of every amenity (especially the ARC) while you're here. San Diego is a great city and you will have zero regrets here I promise you that.

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I visited a friend while the University was on the tail end of move in week. And if anyone knows at any college/university move in week is straight up insanity. However, of SDSU parking was a breeze, finding the dorm I needed was easy and the overall moving around from place to place was busy but not frustrating. Most people were easy going and knew offense shouldnt be taken thanks to all the hustle and bustle. Oh! And though this campus is relatively open, to access student housing is actually a fairly secure setting- this was great to see. Overall, a beautiful location and within 20 minutes of driving to downtown SD.

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Fantastic! I always enjoyed my courses and professors at SDSU. I love the campus, the life, the classes and the support of all the individuals that run this school.

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Horrible and awful university. Human Resources department is racist. They discriminate in their hiring process. They hire based on race and national origin rather than qualifications. I put many applications with them but they never called me for an interview even though I was very qualified for the job. They hire less qualified candidates based on favoritism. Racist school!

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Address: One College Circle

Place: Associate's--Public Rural-serving Small

General Phone Number: +50133750001100

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