Online Computer Programming Degrees and Video Game Design Schools

Computer programming degrees cover a variety of different specialties, including video game design degrees. They prepare you to create, test, maintain and update the software that allows computers to perform specific functions, such as word processing or browsing the Internet. In order to be a successful computer programmer you must learn one or more of the important programming languages, such as C, C++, Java and PHP. Popular computer programming degrees include an AAS – Computer Programming degree and a Game Design BS.

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Reed College
Portland, OR
Rochester College
Rochester Hills, MI
Sierra Nevada College
Incline Village, NV
Skidmore College
Saratoga Springs, NY

Career Outlook - Computer Programming Degree and Video Game Design School Graduates

Entry-level computer programming jobs often require a bachelor's computer programming degree, but individuals with extensive self-taught skills can often enter the field with associate's- or certificate-level training. This is less true where game design degrees are concerned; this popular sector of computer programming has become increasingly competitive, so earning a masters degree can give you an important advantage over other job seekers. The median annual wage for computer programmers was $77,550 in 2014.