While there are many self-taught people who enter the computer science industry without a degree, there are many advantages to having one which could ultimately make the difference between getting a job and having a career.
By having a degree in computer science, you'll be able to make more money and have more job prospects, as well as having a better opportunity to network and make connections. Your chances of career advancement increase and you'll be able to have more job security.
Where Can I Get a Degree in Computer Science?
Hocking College’s Website & Application Development Program can provide you with the skills and experience you'll need to pursue your passion for modern technology. Those who enroll in this program will learn the proper use of code, as well as how to construct, modify, implement and maintain databases. Additional skills you'll learn are how to seek out internships, how to improve your resume and write an effective cover letter, and how to be prepared for job interviews.
What Are Some of the Advantages of Attending Hocking College?
Students who attend Hocking College will experience smaller class sizes, which will guarantee them more one-on-one time with their instructors. Beginning in Fall 2019, Hocking College offers all-inclusive pricing and works with students to assure they have complete college funding, including financial aid, before they start classes. This all-inclusive pricing will not only include the course and learning fees, but also a service fee for the health and career centers.
What Kinds of Jobs Will This Degree Qualify Me For?
Students who graduate with an Associate of Applied Science in Website & Application Development degree from Hocking College will be qualified to fill the following entry-level positions:
- Web Developer
- Web Designer
- Mobile App Developer
- Java Developer
- Software Developer
- Software Engineer
- Database Manager
- Data Analyst
For more information on Hocking College’s Website and Application Development, contact Website and Applications Development Program Manager, Tasha Penwell, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (740) 753-7181.
For more information on Hocking College’s Cybersecurity & Network Systems Program, contact Cybersecurity and Network Systems Program Manager, Mark Riley at email@example.com or by phone at (740)753-7209.