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If you're interested in technology, programming, networking, web multimedia or visual communication, then you might want to consider earning a computer degree from the College of Information Systems and Technology at University of Phoenix. Some of the nation's fastest growing occupations are IT jobs, which require a computer degree.
All computer degree programs from the College of Information Systems and Technology foster an environment of learning—much the same way that professionals work by combining business and technology management and using innovative digital materials.
You'll also get hands-on experience when you enroll in a computer degree program at University of Phoenix. Many computer degree courses require students to learn hands-on technical skills as applied to business problems. And best of all, these courses are facilitated by faculty who have advanced degrees and real-world experience.
When enrolled in the computer degree program, you'll take many individual courses to help you hone your technology skills. For example, if you decided to pursue a computer degree such as the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology/Multimedia and Visual Communication, you'd take Image Editing. In this course you'd learn design elements such as basic composition, style, use of color, textures, graphic manipulation and photographic retouching while using programs like Adobe® Photoshop® Elements 3.0.
Also related to our computer degree programs, the Master of Information Systems and the online Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership/Information Systems and Technology computer degrees offer graduate education that is focused toward the managerial aspects of technology.
And at University of Phoenix, you can earn your computer degree online or at a location near you. We have nearly 100 locations and learning centers, all offering the convenience you need.
While widely available, not all programs are available to residents of all states. Please contact an Enrollment Representative to confirm program availability in your local area.