How to get bachelor's degree in computer programming?
So I wanna get a job as a computer programmer. Im only 16 and i know nothing about college so try to help out. Also could you look up good schools in st.louis missouri for that courses? Or maybe I could be something other than a computer programmer but something that has to do with computer science.
Asked By: - 9/15/2012
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Computer Science is the degree that you will need to get. Most employers require a 4 year Bachelors degree with a 3-3.5 GPA as a minimum. Also, Computer Science usually has a number of Advanced Math classes as part of the major... More
Answered By: Richard L - 9/15/2012
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get a job working with databases and talk to your career advisor at the school to help you find a job start doing programs on your own and try to create a pofollo
Answered By: Wesley - 9/15/2012
Computer Engineering,computer science degree are good options.
Answered By: Internetwork - 9/17/2012
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