Columbus State University isn't a "big-name" school, but the education is still good. They have a good variety of programs, and their prices are very affordable compared to other schools with similar programs.
Columbus State University provides students with a positive environment which promotes learning. I have attended this university for four years now (this is my final semester) and have enjoyed studying here very much. The professors challenge students, however they provide help to those who ask. The smaller class sizes allow adequate time to speak with professors outside of class. This university is well worth consideration for both the undergraduate and graduate student.
I like the Master of Science in Computer Science degree program at Columbus State University because of its affordability. I do not like navigating through their website to find information of this degree, which would be helpful to students listed in one place. They also have more application requirements then other programs such as $40 non-refundable application fee, verification and proof of lawful presence, Certificate of Immunization (doesn’t seem necessary for an online class). In addition, a student must have a B grade or better in CPSC 6105 and CPSC 6106, and e test scores from the GRE, GMAT, MAT or other standardize test as required by the individual degree program of 50 percent. Furthermore, online student must have the ability to administer their systems, install and configure their own software. No support is provided to help manage personal systems or software. Students must provide personally licensed copies of required software. Exams may be computerized. Each student is responsible for locating and arranging an approved proctor to administer all examinations. These proctor exams cost run approximately 25 dollars. There is little information on the curriculum studied on the college website.