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Computer and Database Certifications and Training

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projected employment for computer scientists and database administrators to grow at an astonishing rate of 37 percent in the decade stretching from 2006 to 2016. Looking at those numbers, it's no surprise that thousands of computer and database training programs have sprung up to teach a new generation of tech workers.

Computer and database classes may take place at major universities, community colleges, and online. Database training of any type can prove very valuable in today's technology-intensive work environment. An associate's degree related to database administration is usually enough to get a start in the field. If you want to better your chances of moving up in the field quickly, go for a master's degree in a computer-related field.

Other training programs focus on qualifying students as experts in specific database software programs. Becoming a Microsoft Certified Database Administrator, for example, can be a strong career move if you want to work with computers in a corporate environment.

Successful computer scientists and database administrators commit to taking classes and re-upping certifications throughout their careers in order to stay current in this constantly evolving field.

Working with Computers and Databases: Career Information

Telecommunications companies, private corporations, and various government agencies are among the major employers of database specialists. However, database experts may find work anywhere there's a database--and in today's world, that means database experts can find work most everywhere they look.

The number and importance of databases renders database specialists habitually well-paid and readily employable. According to the BLS, median annual earnings of computer and information scientists measured $100,900 in May 2008, and database administrators made $69,740 in the same year. Staffing company Robert Half International had database managers gaining annual pay of $84,750 to $116,000 in their 2007 Robert Half International Salary Guide.

Database administrators with a combination of the proper certifications and education will stand out from the pack in any job market, even a highly competitive one. The BLS projected that available positions for database administrators will grow from 119,000 in 2006 to 154,000 in 2016. Get started on your education and certifications today, and take advantage of this growth.

Database Schools

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Strayer University
Continue your education with Strayer University.
BSIS: Enterprise Data Management, BSIT: Database Technology, and more.
  • Memphis: 2620 Thousand Oaks Blvd Suite 1100 Memphis, TN 38118
  • Suitland: 4710 Auth Place 1st Floor Suitland, MD 20746
  • Stafford: 603 Southwest Freeway Suite 400 Stafford, TX 77477
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University of Phoenix
At University of Phoenix, we believe everyone deserves access to higher education.
A.A. in Information Technology/Database Development, and more.
  • Online: Online, IL
  • Phoenix: Phoenix, AP

DeVry University
We're with you, from start to finish.
Bachelor's - Computer Information Systems - Database Management, Bachelor's - Computer Information Systems - Database Management, and more.
  • Chicago: Chicago, IL
  • Milwaukee: 411 E. Wisconsin Ave. Ste 300 Milwaukee, WI 53202
  • Sherman Oaks: 15301 Ventura Blvd B-100 Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
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ECPI University
To succeed in today’s world, you need an edge.  Get it at ECPI University! 
Database Programming - Associate, Database Programming - Bachelor, and more.
  • : , VA

MyComputerCareer.com
Advance your career with training from MyComputerCareer.com.
MCITP Database Design and Development, and more.
  • Columbus: 2400 Corporate Exchange Drive Suite 300 Columbus, OH 43231
  • Indianapolis: 8909 Purdue Road Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN 46268

South University,Online Programs
Designed with the needs of working adult students in mind, South University, Online Programs is built on the same curriculum offered at South University's campus locations. As a student at South University, Online Programs you will receive the same degree, quality instruction, variety of learning options and level of service found at the campus locations.
Information Technology - Database Development and Administration Specialization (BS), and more.
  • Savannah: 709 Mall Boulevard Savannah, GA 31406

Baker College Online
Earn a Certificate, Associate, Bachelor, Master's or Doctorate for less at Baker College Online.
Bachelor of Computer Science - Database Technology, and more.
  • Flint: 1116 W. Bristol Rd. Flint, MI 48507

Liberty University
With more than 300 online and residential areas of study, Liberty offers programs from the certificate to doctoral level.
Undergraduate Certificate in Database, and more.
  • Lynchburg: 1971 University Boulevard Lynchburg, VA 24502

Michigan Technology Services
Michigan Technology Services is committed to providing outstanding computer training to individuals, groups and businesses in the metropolitan Detroit, Michigan area. Michigan Technology Services only accepts requests from prospective students from these area codes: 313, 248, 586, 810, 517, 734.
Oracle DBA, Oracle Associate, Microsoft SQL Server and more.
  • Farmington Hills: 32985 Hamilton Ct. Farmington Hills, MI 48334

ABCO Technology
ABCO Technology is engaged in the business of providing job training for all types of applications and software used in the real-world job environment.
Database Management, Databases, MCDBA and more.
  • Los Angeles: 6733 Sepulveda Blvd. Suite 106 Los Angeles, CA 90045

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