Some people have been able to teach themselves programming skills, build some experience and connections and enter the technology field on their own. Others earn a Computer Science degree as a means of launching their career. But which route is right for you: self-taught or school? Use this data to help you decide.
Articles tagged with tech education
Earning an IT certification is a great way to finesse your tech skills and help break into the field. But with so many out there, how do you choose which one is best for you? Check out our video to learn more about five in-demand options.
Rasmussen College Computer Science adjunct faculty members Shannon Rojas and Darice Corey-Gilbert, share their stories of how computer science and IT became a large part of their lives and why they are so passionate about educating future programmers.
Are you considering earning a computer science degree? If so, you're probably curious about what your options will be after graduation. Watch our video to learn more about the top six computer science career options.
Could an IT Management Degree be the key to unlocking the career you’ve been dreaming of? What can you do with an IT Management Degree, anyway? And why is it one of the technology degrees in demand in today’s workforce? Keep reading and check out our video to find all the answers.
A Strong Interest in Computers Inspires Rasmussen College School of Technology Student to Pursue His Degree
Rasmussen College School of Technology student, Jude Nsom's passion for computers led him from West Africa to Minnesota to pursue degrees in both information security and information technology management.
Is a Cyber Security degree worth it? We can’t answer that question for you. But we can provide you with some important information that can help you make the right decision for your future. Here are 7 facts to consider.
The cyber security courses you’ll take on your way to earning a degree will help equip you to take down cybercriminals and protect sensitive data. But what are these courses and why are they important? Learn more about the curriculum and the skills you'll gain from each course.
If you’re considering the Rasmussen College computer science program, you came to the right place. Learn some fascinating features that make the program stand out among others.
After years of working various jobs to keep your family afloat, you've finally reached the point where you're craving something more. You don't want a job-you want a career! But before your head explodes from all the worries that come with changing careers, take comfort in the following information: there are entry-level tech job openings out there and you could land one without a four-year degree!
Looking for an exciting new career in the growing technology industry? Network administration is an exciting option that is projected to grow faster than average. What's more exciting is that you can get your career started in as little as 18 months! Find out how in this comprehensive guide to becoming a network administrator.
Your curriculum will help you acquire the foundation of knowledge and skills on which you will build your entire career. So it’s logical to be curious about the types of information technology courses you’ll be taking. Get a sneak peek at five of the intriguing IT courses included in the Rasmussen College IT management program.