To the naked eye, reading code is just as confusing as forming words in alphabet soup. But not to you. You’ve been on computers since the age of 2. And most likely, you could do more on a computer by high school than most people can by adulthood.
The computer and technology industry is filled with geniuses. With our growing dependency on technology, job growth is off the charts. Over the next eight years, technology positions are increasing by 12%-37%, depending on the job. That’s higher than any other field!* Even better, job security is almost a guarantee since 90% of Americans own at least one computerized device. Regardless of where you want to live, jobs will be available.
Whether you can build a computer, fix it, or program it, just know you’ve made elite status. You are beyond those of us who cross our fingers and hope a restart will fix our problems. You know the ins and outs of the machines we can’t live without. And now you’re just a few classes away from its limitless possibilities.*Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook *Pew Internet and American Life project
Southern New Hampshire University offers 19 Computer Technology degree programs. It's a very large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a midsize suburb. In 2019, 1,460 Computer Technology students graduated with students earning 650 Bachelor's degrees, 572 Master's degrees, 237 Associate's degrees, and 1 Certificate.
Dartmouth College offers 3 Computer Technology degree programs. It's a medium sized, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a remote town. In 2019, 103 Computer Technology students graduated with students earning 87 Bachelor's degrees, 14 Master's degrees, and 2 Doctoral degrees.
University of New Hampshire-Main Campus offers 10 Computer Technology degree programs. It's a large, public, four-year university in a small suburb. In 2019, 102 Computer Technology students graduated with students earning 77 Bachelor's degrees, 24 Master's degrees, and 1 Doctoral degree.
New England College offers 6 Computer Technology degree programs. It's a small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a faraway rural area. In 2019, 85 Computer Technology students graduated with students earning 54 Master's degrees, and 31 Bachelor's degrees.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, NH||728 : 1||113,514|
|Dartmouth College Hanover, NH||11 : 1||6,606|
|University of New Hampshire-Main Campus Durham, NH||20 : 1||14,788|
|Rivier University Nashua, NH||36 : 1||2,332|
|NHTI-Concord's Community College Concord, NH||37 : 1||3,256|
|Nashua Community College Nashua, NH||49 : 1||1,516|
|Franklin Pierce University Rindge, NH||24 : 1||2,114|
|Great Bay Community College Portsmouth, NH||51 : 1||1,695|
|River Valley Community College Claremont, NH||29 : 1||759|
|Lakes Region Community College Laconia, NH||30 : 1||700|
|Saint Anselm College Manchester, NH||13 : 1||2,033|
|Plymouth State University Plymouth, NH||24 : 1||4,648|
|New England College Henniker, NH||47 : 1||3,527|
|Keene State College Keene, NH||19 : 1||3,502|
|Granite State College Concord, NH||125 : 1||2,005|
|Manchester Community College Manchester, NH||52 : 1||2,565|
|White Mountains Community College Berlin, NH||30 : 1||697|
|University of New Hampshire at Manchester Manchester, NH||18 : 1||753|