Clovis, New Mexico
I’m a senior in high school and I want to study computer science to become a programmer, the thing is that college is can be sort of expensive, I wanted to go out of state to a tech school but it is kind of pricey, the thing is that a college near me offers a computer science program as well...
I am going to applying to scholarships and want to know how to tell which ones are going tofollow me ans which one only apply to certain states.
What is going to be the difference with having an associate degree and a bachelor degree in a major?
I am already taking college classes and going to get my associates next year and I would like to strive for a bachelors degree for ultrasound tech. So I was wonder what that difference is going to be.
I want to go all way to get my doctorate but I am nervous about the work that comes with it.
Did you know right away?
What made you want to do this career?
Is there somewhere specific I have to go to when looking on college academics they have?
If i get a interveiw with managmnt what should i ask them about the job?
When trying to be a traveling ultrasound tech is there different steps in school I have to take than being a non traveling one?
With the schooling am I going to have to go through classes that prepare you for that or do you just go straight to it?