Science & Technology
September 24, 2020
Do you have an innovative spirit and passion for technology? If so, you are in luck because employment in this area is on the rise and shows no sign of slowing down. Long-term employment in this field includes areas like agriculture, food and natural resources, information technology, science, engineering, and mathematics. If you pursue employment in this field, you can expect a strong focus on science, math, and technology, and the opportunity to use problem-solving and analytical skills. You can also expect to be compensated quite well. As a Web Developer or Information Security Analyst, two careers included in the SA Works 2020 Jobs Report: Covid-19 Edition, you might eventually earn between $60,000 to $80,000 per year. Employment in other roles related to Science & Technology, such as Software Developer, can command an even higher wage.
If I want an education that prepares me for a career in Science & Technology, what online program would I study at the Alamo Colleges?
With 30+ fully online offerings available in the Science & Technology Institute at the Alamo Colleges, you could select:
- Web Programming skills award at SAC
- Computer Forensics certificate at NVC and SAC
- Cyber and Digital Forensics certificate at PAC
- Information Assurance & Cyber Security certificate at NVC
- Cyber First Responders skills award at SPC
If you plan on transferring to a 4-year institution, then you can select these programs from a list of over 20 fully online Transfer Advising Guides (TAGs) offered at the Alamo Colleges:
- Mathematics at NLC, SAC, and SPC
- Computer Sciences at NVC
- Statistics and Data Science at SPC
For additional information about how Alamo Colleges can support your career path in Science & Technology, visit AlamoONLINE Offerings.
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