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Best Online Computer Courses

Updated on November 30, 2010

Shopping Around for the Best Online Computer Training Schools


If you’re asking around to find the best online computer courses then you have decided to get training in one of the best job fields there is.

In today’s society almost everything is run by computers, the computer jobs are the real money makers. Computers are widely used in schools, factories, church, hospitals, and just about anything that comes to mind.

Being an online writer I don’t know where I’d be if I didn’t have my trusty computer or laptop around whenever an idea popped in my head for my next topic.

What Online Computer Training Courses Do You Need?


Finding the best online computer courses are really very simple if you can answer the following questions.

1.    What type of online computer training do you need?

2.    Would you like to take online computer training courses closer to your location?

3.    How will you fund your online computer training education?

It’s a suggestion to take a variety of online computer training courses because the more skilled you are over your competition the better your chances of landing that high paying job out there in the field.

Best Online Computer Training Schools


However, the best online computer training is available at a number of online schools but I have narrowed them down to the top 3 online computer training schools.

1.    DeVry University, they have over eighty locations nationwide so it shouldn’t be that hard to find one near you. They offer training in things like Information Technology, Network and Communications Management, Business Operations and more. You can earn Associates Degree, Bachelor’s Degree, or Master’s Degree in your field of choice plus tuition is affordable with fast training.

2.    University of Phoenix, they have over a hundred ninety locations and offer training in various types of computer courses plus you can also earn credit for work experience which is a plus if your job already involves your chosen field of study.

3.    ITT Technical Institute, Training online for everything that involves computers, they also have over seventy locations nationwide. The only downside is that Bachelor Degree programs are not offered at all ITT Technical Institute Schools so the local training in your area may vary.

When taking any online classes you want to make sure that your computer meets the standards of your online school of choice to accept their programming. From personal experience I once failed an online test because my computer shut down in the middle of the test. My computer didn’t meet the standards of the school but that shouldn’t be a problem for you because the schools will usually tell you what needs to be done before you start your online training courses. It’s a great idea to shop around for the best lap top computers as well. Purchasing a lap top computer will enable you to take your training on the go so that you never miss a day of logging in to complete your studies or assignments. Remember just because you’re taking online computer courses does not mean you can slack off, you’ll still have to study hard to get to where you want to be in life.




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