Not Sure Which Technology Program Is Right for You?
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A good place to start is to ask yourself what aspect of technology interests you most. If software development and creating apps and websites sounds exciting to you, our Computer Science, Data Analytics, Software Application Development or Web Programming may be the best path for you.
Would you rather manage technology and lead day-to-day operations? Then our Cyber Security, Information Technology, Information Technology Management or Network Systems Administration may be the best place for your skill set.
Technology changes quickly, and at the School of Technology, we pride ourselves on keeping current with these changes. With an online Technology degree, you can start or advance your technology career in a range of roles that are crucial to every organization. Through relevant, rigorous coursework, mentoring from industry-professional faculty members and virtual labs, our goal is to help you develop the technical skills and software training sought by employers.
Flexible Learning Options
Flex Choice® works to make your education more flexible and affordable—combining traditional online coursework, self-directed assessments and competency-based education (CBE)—the best of all worlds, so you can receive credit by demonstrating what you know and can do. We have saved students more than $5.6 million through self-directed assessments and also work to give adult learners more control over their time through CBE.1 We are a national leader in CBE, helping to advance this cutting-edge, faculty-led, project-based learning approach that prioritizes your learning over deadlines. CBE allows you to move quickly through topics you already understand and slow down with more challenging material—a perfect fit for the busy adult learner! You’ll have to be able to have the flexibility you need in your life for college.
Technology Career Outlook
To help you sort through the myriad of in-demand jobs in the tech industry, we assembled our Technology Career Outlook. Inside this guide, you will find technology career profiles, from career descriptions and job outlooks to professional skills for long-term success and education and experience requirements.
Our School of Technology offers highly sought-after industry certifications. Each certification indicates to prospective employers that you have learned key skills in these necessary and fundamental design applications, and are provided to help you master the essential tools that augment both inspiration and creativity, giving you a competitive edge while helping you grow to become successful in your chosen field.
“I would recommend Rasmussen to anyone who wants to go to college. My experience with the Rasmussen family has been fun and exciting, and they provide an exceptional college experience.”
Student, School of Technology
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Graduates of Early Childhood Education programs at Rasmussen College are not eligible for licensure as a teacher in an elementary or secondary school. A Bachelor’s degree and a state teaching license are typically required to work as a teacher in a public school and some private school settings. States, municipalities, districts or individual schools may have more stringent licensing requirements. Students must determine the licensure requirements in the state and school in which they intend to work.
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