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Technology & IT Degrees and Programs Offered in Georgia (GA)


The fields of technology and IT are rapidly expanding, so much so that there are currently many specialized areas within the field. Areas of specialization include technical data, convergence technologies and systems analysis. Four-year bachelor'a degrees in the field include computer information systems system's analysis and integration, software testing, PC repair, computer programming, computer system's security, web design and video game development. Due to the development of other applications that use new technology, many areas of IT also extend beyond computers to netbooks, mobile phones and other data systems.

Making use of technology and IT degrees in GA

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2009 the population of Georgia reached 9,829,211. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports a total of 95,170 employed in the field of computer and mathematical science occupations in Georgia in 2009. Their mean hourly wage was $35.43 and their mean annual salary was $73,690. The BLS reports the highest number of employees in 2009 in this field were computer systems analysts and computer support specialists.

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Information Technology (BS)
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