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Tech Industry Experts with a Passion for Teaching

Are you looking for a dynamic career with good job security? In the world of technology, everything can change overnight. Find your degree now to get started in this exciting field. Our programs are designed to prepare you for employment¹ and help you advance in your chosen career.


At CollegeAmerica’s School of Technology, you’ll learn from experienced professionals who are passionate about your future career. You’ll be able to take advantage of their real-world experience as you learn how computers work together to share information, how to use different programming languages, and how technology systems help businesses achieve their goals.


Learn Online With Independence University

If online learning works better with your lifestyle, explore programs through our affiliated institution – Independence University. Look for programs marked with an asterisk (*) for degree offerings taught completely online, or offered in both an online and on campus format.

The Tech Industry

Is Growing

Many IT careers are expected to increase at a faster rate than average.2 In fact, the number of software development jobs is predicted to grow 18% by 2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.3 With the right degree, you could enjoy a high-paying, satisfying career in technology.

Start your education with an associate’s degree, advance in your career with a bachelor’s degree, or move into management with a master’s degree††. Wherever you are in your career, CollegeAmerica can help you get ready to grow along with the tech sector.

††Master’s degree programs are offered fully online by our affiliated institution, Independence University.


Associate’s Degrees inTechnology

Bachelors’s Degrees inTechnology

Masters’s Degrees inTechnology††

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    In addition to understanding the technical aspects of data collection and storage, high-level IT professionals need to know how to analyze business uses and manage resources. This degree can prepare you for a job as a systems architect or chief information officer.

“If I can explain it in one word, I am content, and happy, and comfortable. I know it’s because of my degrees I was able to be where I’m at today. If it weren’t for my degrees, I think I would still be doing housekeeping.”

- Shannon Ayzie
School of Healthcare

“You can take any job, even if it makes a lot of money, but if you don’t love what you do, it’s not worth it. I actually love the medical field. I didn’t even know I loved the medical field. If it were not for CollegeAmerica I would not have put my foot in the door of something that I love.”

- Kaytee Lacour
School of Healthcare

“CollegeAmerica has the accelerated courses, which was nicer being an older student going back to college. I didn’t want to spend four years on an education, because I had waited so long from high school going back to school. I wanted something that would meet my needs, faster.”

- Krista Crawford
Business Management & Accounting (AAS)

“Before I even started college, I was shy. I was not very confident in what I was doing. I couldn’t tell anybody what I was doing in my future. I run Mountain Bytes, LLC. I service in home computers for my clients. I repair, troubleshoot, the whole nine yards. I felt a lot more confident in a lot of what I do in my career.”

- Reid Anderson
Computer Science with a Networking & Information Systems Security emphasis (BS)

“I have a specialty. I have a career. It’s like nothing I’ve ever dreamt I could feel before! I’m a stronger person. I’m better for my kids, better for our family. I make a lot more money now. In general, I feel like an actual career person, like a member of society really contributing the most that I can. The confidence that gave me was unbelievable. I just know I can do things now.”

- Kelly Rippey
School of Healthcare

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  1. The college does not guarantee a job. Gaining employment is the graduate’s responsibility.
  2. http://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/home.htm
  3. http://www.bls.gov/news.release/ecopro.t06.htm

CollegeAmerica admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.

† Graphic Arts programs are offered fully online by our affiliated institution, Independence University.
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