You have a natural talent for anything to do with computers. Perhaps you also hold several certifications and have experience in the information technology field. But your career just isn't advancing the way you would like. Employers are increasingly demanding a broader skill set from their technology employees including writing skills, the ability to manage people and projects, and more. An online associate's degree in Information Science and Technology can give you a strong foundation in these skills. In addition to learning the newest technologies, online students take courses in writing and speaking, humanities, math, social science and other topics all of which will add value to the technical skills you already have.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|