San Diego, California (PressExposure) December 15, 2009 -- As technology makes rapid advances, the need for skilled computer professionals is growing like never before. California College San Diego (CCSD), which is at the forefront of imparting world class education in fields that are in demand, has introduced three computer technology programs. The pioneer college will offer Associateâs Degree in Computer Programming, Computer Technology and Networking and Bachelorâs Degree in Computer Science.
Students who enroll in the Associate Degree in Computer Technology & Networking undergo training in subjects such as network engineering, web page design, Cisco routers, network administration, Internet fundamentals, telecommunications, computer applications, computer networking, and website administration. The computer networking and computer technology degrees prepare students for certifications in A+, intro to Oracle, MCSE, C.N.A., Novell, etc. Graduates who complete this program are equipped with skills to maintain sophisticated hardware and software as well as install and administer networks in a fast changing environment.
The third and last computer technology program offered by CCSD is a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science. The Computer Science degree combines practical and theoretical knowledge and prepares students for high-level and complex jobs in programming, network administration, and database management. The program trains students in diverse topics such as computer servicing, computer technologies, client networking concepts, programming, object oriented programming, relational database concepts and methods, etc. Students who complete this program can sit for a variety of technology certifications to enhance their skills. Under the universityâs FastFlex program, students can complete the associateâs degrees in 20 months or less and bachelorâs degree in 36 months or less. Classes start every month, so aspirants for these courses donât have to wait for the next academic session to start.
In conclusion, the U.S. Department of Labor has pointed out in the 2008-09 edition of its Occupational Outlook Handbook that employers who use computers for business application prefer to hire people who have college degrees in management information systems and business. CCSD has designed these courses to meet this specific demand of employers and train students for successful careers in the exciting field of computer technology.
For details on the programs call at 1-800-622-3188 or visit http://www.cc-sd.edu to request for more information.