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At the same time, institutional student aid is growing by an average of 7 percent.
The program is intended to provide students with a broad base of skills that can help them become cyber security professionals.
Find detailed salary information for database administration managers, as well as training requirements and job outlook for this fast-growing computer career.
Forensic analyst careers are projected to grow 20 percent, as new techniques increase the value of forensics to law enforcement and prosecution. Learn more about the forensic analyst career path and salary outlook.
Study suggests that two of the four ACT test subjects offer no meaningful predication of how well matriculating students will fare.
The study finds that two of the four sub-tests of the exam, Reading and Science, provide little or no predictive power regarding a student's success in college.
Management information systems play an important role in many industries, and demand for MIS directors is growing. Learn more about MIS director schools and positions.
The majority of survey respondents plan to research colleges online, visit a college campus, volunteer, and gain work experience.
Co-chairmen of Congressional Privacy Caucus call on nonprofit college entrance exam owners to explain data-collection practices.
Database management system specialists are problem-solvers who maintain and improve organizations' information systems. Companies rely on database management system specialist to keep their information safe, and these specialists are in high demand.
The app from BenchPrep is designed for use online, as well as on iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Salary and career outlook for postsecondary professors can vary greatly depending on several factors, including teaching specialization. Becoming a computer information systems professor requires specialized training, but working in this profession can be financially and personally rewarding.
The world of technology moves fast, and the computer science professor helps students stay ahead of the curve. Information technology professor schools offer comprehensive training that can lead to a good salary.
A new survey shows that summer job prospects are looking up this year.
Statewide, 73.4 percent of the students who started ninth grade in 2006 graduated within four years.