Technology Jobs

Science and Technology are the fastest growing segments of the economy, accounting for 1/3 of U.S. economic growth. Over the next ten years, that growth is expected to continue.

Technology sector jobs pay almost 80 percent more than the average private-sector wage. In 2004, the median wage for an computer systems analyst was just over $62,000. Programmers can expect to earn $72,000.

With a technology degree, you can work in a variety of job settings, from banking to finance to manufacturing and transportation. In fact, nearly 90 percent of Information Technology jobs are in non-technology sectors.

This means that you do not have to relocate to one of the nation's technology centers to use your technology degree. There are plenty of opportunities in your own neighborhood.

Launching Your Career In Technology

To launch your career in the technology sector, you should investigate one of the many business and technology degrees offered by our featured schools. Among the degrees they offer in the Business field are:

  • Bachelor of Science in E-Business
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

If a Masters of Business Administration is what you're after, our featured schools also offer MBA programs in Technology such as the:

  • Master of E-Business
  • Master of Business Technology Management
  • Master of Information Systems
  • Master of Information Systems Management.


Featured Schools

These schools feature technology degrees for the busy professional.

Visit their websites and request more information.

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