Computer & Technology Overview
Computer & Technology Degrees
Computer & Technology Careers
- Computer Network Architect
- Computer Programmer
- Computer Systems Analyst
- Database Administrator
- Information Security Analyst
- Software Developer
- Web Developer
- Network Administrator
- Computer Support Specialist
Is a Computer & Technology Degree Right for Me?
Most technology jobs involve much more than working with computers. Technology professionals are often a part of a larger team. Therefore there are certain qualities that help students be more successful at obtaining their computer science degree. Ask yourself the following questions:
- Do I enjoy analyzing technical problems and providing detailed solutions?
- Am I able to multitask and work on several problems at a time?
- Can I quickly and efficiently solve problems that arise without notice?
- Am I detail oriented?
- Am I able to concentrate on a technical problem for an extended period of time?
- Do I possess customer service skills?
If you answered YES to these questions, a computer & technology degree may be right for you. Request FREE information from technology schools and start your career today!
Computer & Technology Salary
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) the average salary for computer technology occupations was $81,100 per year, or about $38 per hour. This is much higher than the national average for all other occupations.
|Computer Network Architect||Bachelor’s Degree||$91,000|
|Computer Programmer||Bachelor’s Degree||$74,280|
|Computer Systems Analyst||Bachelor’s Degree||$79,680|
|Database Administrator||Bachelor’s Degree||$77,080|
|Information Security Analyst||Bachelor’s Degee||$86,170|
|Software Developer||Bachelor’s Degree||$93,350|
|Web Developer||Associate’s Degree||$62,500|
|Network System Administrator||Bachelor’s Degree||$72,560|