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What is Technology?
Technology refers to the broad array of academic disciplines that address computer programming, design, engineering, telecommunications and more. Technologically-minded people who wish to explore a challenging career in an ever-changing field should consider earning a degree in computers or technology.
Who Should Study Computers and Technology?
If you’re considering studying technology, you may ideally answer “yes” to the following questions:
In addition, you may ideally answer “no” to the following questions:
Sample Technology Classes
Computers and technology classes will differ depending upon the specific program you pursue, and whether you are studying at the undergraduate or graduate level. Regardless, here is a sample of the types of courses you may encounter:
In addition to classes, a final project or thesis may often be required for both the bachelor’s and master’s degree. Be sure to check with the school of your choice for details regarding graduation requirements.
Types of Technology Careers
There are many career paths that may be available for graduates holding computer and technology degrees. The list below includes some of the more common jobs and a description of each one.
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Modern Languages and Literatures M.A.
This online program is designed to meet the growing demand for more effective communication of technical material through manuals, reports and online documentation.
The European Masters Degree in Linguistics is a one year program, involving one semester's study abroad at one of the partner institutions listed below.