CollegeAmerica Introduces Computer Degrees - Associate and Bachelor levels
01/04/2010

CollegeAmerica introduces Associate and Bachelor level computer degrees in computer science, computer programming & computer networking and technology. These programs are effectively designed to train students in the most advanced fields of IT. Each of these programs lays emphasis on specialized subjects to prepare the graduates for a multi-faceted career.

Online PR News – 04-January-2010 – – Denver, CO, Jan 04, 2010 - CollegeAmerica, which offers fast and convenient education to students in diverse fields, has introduced three computer degrees at both associate’s and bachelor’s levels to meet the ever growing demand for trained computer professionals against the backdrop of rapid technological advances.

The three computer degrees offered by CollegeAmerica include a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Associate's degree in Computer Networking & Technology and Associate's degree in Computer Programming. These degrees can be earned at an accelerated pace that allow students to complete their bachelor’s degree in as little as 36 months and the associate’s degrees in as few as 20 months.

The Bachelor’s in Computer Science degree covers diverse practical and theoretical aspects of computer science such as computer fundamentals, database management, computer technologies, networking concepts, programming, database design, etc. The degree is designed to trains students for jobs as programmers, network administrators, and database managers. With the U.S. Department of Labor projecting faster than average growth in this field, graduates will continue to enjoy excellent job prospects.

The computer programming degree, on the other hand, will train students for entry-level positions in software development, database design and administration, and Internet programming by imparting them skills in C++, Java, JavaScript, Unix, network systems, Oracle, web page design, Cisco routers, etc.

Last, but not the least, is the computer technology and networking degree. Students who enroll in this degree will learn network engineering, web page design, network administration, telecommunications, website administration, etc. Graduates will learn the skills required to maintain hardware & software as well as install & administer networks in continually evolving technological settings.

Students interested in these high profile computer degrees can apply for admission at any time since classes begin every month. The eligibility criteria include a high school diploma besides sitting through a campus interview and financial aid to explain how they plan to finance school.

For details about the programs, call at 1-800-622-2894 or visit http://www.collegeamerica.edu to request for more information.