A Career in Computer Programming and Networking Program
The use of computing is expected to continue to expand throughout business, government and society. Consequently, job opportunities for individuals with computer training will be found in all areas of the economy. These include careers in business data processing, technical careers with computer manufacturers and software companies, scientific computing careers in laboratories, software development careers in almost any field and industry imaginable, and academic and research careers.
Some potential career choices are:
- Applications Programmer
- Computer Programmer
- Local Area Network (LAN) Administrator
- Service Technician
- Software Developer
On the Web
These web sites provide additional information on potential careers:
- Association for Computing Machinery
- IEEE Computer Society
- Connecticut Department of Labor, Labor Market Information
- United States, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook
- Computer Network Technology, A.S.
- Computer Programming Technology, A.S.
- Computer Science, A.S.
- Computer Technology, A.S..
For additional information, contact: Beverly Ferrigno