[NFBC-Info] I am searching for Universities that it is not private that has computer programming courses for my programming major please help.

mike michaelhingson.com mike at michaelhingson.com
Tue May 2 17:37:28 UTC 2023

Hi Janet,

Welcome to the list. First, you have the right to go to the college/university of your choice. While rehab counselors want you to go locally and to the cheapest place, you should go where you feel would get you the best education. If the school in New Hampshire will provide you the best of what you need, make the case for that. The choice is yours, not the California DOR no matter what they say.

Having said that, have you explored the California State University system? Lots of campuses with lots of different expertise and specialties.. The University of California system also has excellent programs that deal with all aspects of computer science and information. The UC system tends to be a bit more research oriented while the Cal State University programs are a bit more teaching oriented, but both are good.

I hope this helps.

Best Regards,

Michael Hingson

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Subject: [NFBC-Info] I am searching for Universities that it is not private that has computer programming courses for my programming major please help.

Hello everyone, this is Janet Tabora, and I am a new member. I am visually impaired, and I am currently attending community College in Stockton CA and I am changing my major to be computer programming. I am completing my GE this semester at the community College and completed fifty-two credits for my transfer. I need help finding a university that is not private that has Programming courses for my new major. Does any of you have any idea to where I could find one? I am asking because my DSPS counselor at my community College are not able to find one that is not private that has programming courses she is looking at specifically in Instruction Technology software Development. I have been in contact with New Hampshire University, and it is a good school, but my Department of Rehab counselor wants me to go to a university that is not private, but I am having difficulty finding one in California or at least between Stockton, Sacramento, San Bernardino, and San Francisco Universities.
Any help or advice I can get will be much appreciated.
Thank you all so much.
Best, Janet

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