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Computer Systems Analyst

If you have a passion for technology and have great personal skills, becoming a computer system analyst is the right career for you. Not only will you become a computer expert, you will also be able to communicate to the IT department, the writing department, the marketing department, but most importantly you will be the contact for the clients. Your expertise will place you at the forefront of all the employees of your company while becoming the customer’s advocate for the software’s workflow.

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Battle Hackers and Other Cyber Malfeasants with a Degree in Information Systems Security

We've all heard of hackers and the debilitating viruses and other cyber threats they unleash on the computing public and private sector alike – but what about those who work to protect computers and their users from such threats? They are called information systems security professionals, and they are often the one thing standing between cyber malfeasants and your computer's well-being. What's more, CNN Money ranked information systems security jobs as one of the 20th best jobs in America over the last few years and with an easy, accessible, and affordable online degree program it could be your job before you know it.

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Pursue Your Online Degree in Computer Forensics

Are you equally interested in the worlds of computer science and law enforcement? Are you looking to further your education or change careers, but can't find the time or resources to follow those dreams? You might be surprised how affordable and easy it is to pursue your degree in Computer Forensics through and online degree program.

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IT Degree Online: More on Computer Forensics

Computer crimes have been on the rise which can result in losses in the billions of dollars. Computer Forensics is often thought of as bringing computer evidence to court. Just like all of the other forensic fields, you need to find out what and how something happened as well as who was involved.

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Computer Science Degree Online

Most all of us have played a video game or visited a website at some point in our lives, but how many of us actually understand what goes into programming and producing digital content and systems? Well, with the growing popularity of the video game industry, as well as man's increasing reliance on digital technology, employees with computer-related degrees are in ever-increasing demand. Plus, considering an average starting salary of over $60,000 a year and the accessibility and affordability of online degree programs, now just might be the right time to pursue a computer science degree.