Bears' Guide to the Best Computer Degrees by Distance Learning

By John Bear; Mariah Bear
(Ten Speed Press, Paperback, 9781580082211, 160pp.)

Publication Date: February 27, 2001

Other Editions of This Title: Paperback

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Although it's a challenging job market for the high-tech elite-software designers, database programmers, website builders, network administrators, and IT professionals-this new Bears' Guide maps the most direct route to those top-dollar salaries, showing you how to earn a fully accredited undergraduate or graduate high-tech degree without setting foot on a college campus. Profiles over 100 distance-learning programs in such fields as telecom, computer sciences, MIS, IT, and more. Tips on the latest learning technologies and hot career directions.




About the Author

MARIAH BEAR lives in Oakland, California. She is the publisher of How Now Pocket Pals in San Rafael.
JOHN BEAR, Ph.D., lives in El Cerrito, California, where he is a distance-education consultant, serves as an expert witness for the FBI, and appears on national media such as NPR.




Praise For Bears' Guide to the Best Computer Degrees by Distance Learning

When it's done right, computer learning can be not only as effective as classroom learning, it can be a deeper and richer way to learn. -New Age"I don't think anyone knows more about distance learning . . . than John B. Bear and . . . Mariah P. Bear." -Joyce Lain Kennedy, Los Angeles Times Syndicate"The first directory to online and off-campus degree programs for aspiring teachers and working educators. This title shows educators how they can earn a fully accredited bachelor's, master's, doctorate, or teaching credential on their own time, from their own home, and within their budget." - Today's School

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