Discussion in 'IT and Computer-Related Degrees' started by Seylan, Jun 5, 2020.
Okay, I laughed.
If you ever heard me play, Steve - you'd know I was serious.
"He got the action, he got the motion, but no... the boy can't play!" -apologies to Mark Knopfler & Dire Straits
WGU is fine, it would be like any other non ivy school in the US. I would say, go for it... BTW, I checked WGU and the Big 3, along with the other recommended competency based degree providers, they are all mainly in the top 10-15% for ROI in the nation. For example, Excelsior/TESU/WGU are in the top 500, Brandman/COSC are in the top 1000 and this is in a list of over 4500 schools on payscale. I would rank them in a similar fashion and also come up with similar numbers.
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