Information Technolgies and Computer Technologies
If you have the aptitude for computers and math, enrolling in a computer science degree program might be a super idea. Computer science degree programs are tough, you need to be able to understand some advanced math, and your classroom competition will be high. See UT-Austin.
However, if you are suited for it, earning a BS in computer science would be a great degree to put on your resume.
You could apply to a School in Indiana and enroll in an information technology, engineering, computer science, information management or other four-year undergraduate degree program. Check out IndianaOnlineSchools.com.
One of the most popular college majors for new college students is business. While entering business school is certainly not for everybody, having a degree in business on your record isn't a bad step with your career.
Most business schools break down this broad major into a few different specialties. Typical degrees include accounting, marketing, information systems management, administration and finance. Some schools offer a bachelor of arts degree in management, but some do not. You can read more here.
One of the fastest growing segments in business schools is information systems management. This degree blends together the average business coursework with classes in info technology and how the best businesses can optimize their IT resources.
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