Accredited Computers & Technology Programs
There are more than one billion personal computers in use worldwide today. That’s a lot of computers to program and maintain, and a lot of technology networks to support. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, information technology workers who earn an associate’s degree in computers are paid an average of $3,760 a month. Workers with a vocational certificate in engineering can earn even higher pay. If the virtual world of information technology is second nature to you, upgrade your skills for collecting into a marketable resume.
Choose from IT degrees in communications, digital graphics, networks and databases, programming, and operating systems. Or, apply your technology expertise to a specialization in business, healthcare, security, or project management. CompTIA, Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle, and Linux all offer computer and technology certifications.
Source: Gartner, Inc., 06/2008