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Information about Jacksonville State University information technology, registering for elective courses, and taking free tests online. Which college degrees give you the best chances of finding employment after graduation? If you major in information technology, for example, there are a variety of applications that may appeal to you such as website development, mobile app design, or software programming. Software developers often start out with a bachelor's degree in computer science or software engineering. Computer science degree programs cover data structures, artificial intelligence (AI), computer graphics, object-oriented programming, and algorithm design. Moreover, most programmers specialize in multiple programming languages, such as php, ASP, C++, Python, JAVA, and SWIFT.

The average annual salary for computer programmers was $90,530 in May 2015. Employment of software developers is projected to grow 17 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than average. Software developers also need skills related to the industry in which they work. Python developers working with a bank, for example, should have knowledge of finance so that they can understand the bank's computing needs. In fact, many students gain experience in software development by completing Python programming courses while still in college.


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The financial crisis has only strengthened the need for people trained in computer programming and software development. C# combines the robustness of C++ with the advanced features of JAVA. The C# language is used with Visual Studio IDE. If you are writing a web-based application in ASP.NET, you will be required to code in C# or Visual Basic for the backend. The JAVA language further adds to the capabilities of C++, and is portable, independent of the underlying operating system. JAVA is used to develop enterprise-level applications and video games.

Website developers are responsible for both the graphical aspects of website design, as well as technical requirements including performance and capacity. Beyond a thorough background in HTML5 and CSS, webmasters must master JavaScript and php/mySQL. Given the highly technical nature of programming, about 1 in 7 of web developers were self-employed in 2015. The minimum education needed to become a website designer is an associate's degree or certificate. The average annual wage for web developers was $64,970 in May 2015. Further, job opportunities for web developers are projected to grow 27% from 2015 to 2025, much faster than average.

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Jacksonville State University
    Jacksonville, AL
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Enterprise State Community College
    Enterprise, AL
$ (low) $$ medium Program Info
Auburn University at Montgomery
    Montgomery, AL
$$ $$$ large Program Info
Talladega College
    Talladega, AL
$$$ $$$ small Program Info
Lawson State CC Birmingham
    Birmingham, AL
$ (low) $$ medium Program Info
Miles College
    Fairfield, AL
$$ $$ medium Program Info
Chattahoochee Valley Community College
    Phenix City, AL
$ (low) $$ medium Program Info
Spring Hill College
    Mobile, AL
$$$$$$$$ medium Program Info
Auburn University
    Auburn, AL
$$ $$$$ very largeProgram Info
Athens State University
    Athens, AL
$ (low) $$ medium Program Info
Trenholm State Technical College
    Montgomery, AL
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Birmingham Southern College
    Birmingham, AL
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Computer professionals such as web designers, computer programmers, database developers, and network analysts are among some of the highest-paid creative specialists. As technology becomes both more powerful and cheaper at the same time, job opportunities will continue to expand. Experience working with web development languages such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript, go hand-in-hand with php and mySQL, enabling database-driven website design. The average annual wage for web developers was $64,970 in May 2015. Further, job opportunities for web developers are projected to grow 27% from 2015 to 2025, much faster than average. Browse the following computer job listings, updated hourly. In fact, you can train in as little as 1 year, to begin a high-paying career in computer software development.

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Android Apps$84,350$97,900
API, JSON$51,000$70,510
Computer Programmers$75,580$94,600
Database Admin$67,080$78,120
Full Stack$68,220$81,450
Graphic Design$49,300$58,000
Java/J2EE$73,200$105,700
jQuery, AJAX$67,240$85,600
HTML5, CSS3, Javascript$51,900$73,490
Linux/C++$79,920$95,350
.NET Developer$88,620$108,000
Network Analysts$65,230$91,550
Network Security$70,170$86,220
PHP, mySQL$72,850$90,500
Python Programmer$81,950$97,800
SEO Specialist$47,150$65,600
Software Developers$78,540$103,400
Solar Energy$81,050$104,930
SWIFT, iOS$85,400$110,720
Systems Admin$62,910$84,640
Technical Writers$60,850$91,720
Website Design$58,500$71,950
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Jacksonville State University information technology
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