IUPUI vs. U of Oregon vs. U of Arizona

<p>I'm a international student getting 5 admissions to these schools
1. U of Oregon (undeclared major, wanna major in computer information science)
2. U of Arizona (undeclared major, wanna major in computer science)
3. IUPUI-computer information technology
(Indiana U Purdue U Indianapolis)
4. Arizona state University-architectural study
5. San Francisco State University-computer science</p>

<p>It's a tough choice for me. I think I might choose one of the top 3, coz i think it's more chance to get job in US for a foreigner major in computer science. And UO, UA have good ranking. I really dunno about SFSU, I google it before, but didn't get good response.
I'm a international student, so i really dunno this. The important thing is to get job in US after graduate from school. So i dunno the ranking really connect with getting job or not... </p>

<p>Hope everyone can tell me which one is the best choice.</p>

<p>SFSU is ABET accredited in computer science, and is somewhat local (about an hour or two drive, depending on traffic) to Silicon Valley, but does not have as much visibility for computer science compared to SJSU (SJSU is basically in Silicon Valley).</p>

<p>Arizona State is ABET accredited in computer science and computer engineering. Check how easy or difficult it is to change major if it is of interest.</p>

<p>University of Arizona is ABET accredited in computer engineering. Check how easy it is to declare the major.</p>

<p>IUPUI is ABET accredited in computer engineering. However, computer information technology is not the same as computer engineering or computer science (see [url=<a href="http://www.abet.org/engineering-vs-engineering-technology/%5Dhere%5B/url"&gt;http://www.abet.org/engineering-vs-engineering-technology/]here[/url&lt;/a&gt;] for the difference between engineering and engineering technology degree programs). Check how easy or difficult it is to change major if it is of interest.</p>

<p>Personally, I believe that rankings do not contribute as much as people think. It's more the matter of networking when approximate 80% of career is related to networking. As an international student in IUPUI now, I attended many workshops on the art of networking and got many supports from the career services on resume writing.</p>

<p>I know it's hard for international students to get a job in the US, but you can still succeed if you have connections. I feel like IUPUI cares for the future career of the students and I actually benefited a lot from that. I did not attend any other colleges so it is just my experience here.</p>

<p>~N</p>