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Which college is best for me with an average 3.5 high school GPA?

Question by lilyankee1029: Which college is best for me with an average 3.5 high school GPA?
I want to be an ultrasound technician. Which college in Virginia would be the best for me?

Best answer:

Answer by sunflower
There are 2 accredited programs for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ultrasound) in VA:

Southside Regional Medical Center – Petersburg, VA

Tidewater Community College – Virginia Beach, VA

It’s very important that you attend an accredited program so you can take your board exams immediately upon graduating, to be a Registered Sonographer. http://www.caahep.org/Find-An-Accredited-Program/

Helpful link: http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos273.htm

As a side note, these programs are typically very competitive, and I’ll bet even more so for you since there are only 2 programs in your state. So once you start college, try your best to keep your GPA up so you can get into the program (most are competitive-based, so your grades determine your placement.)

Good luck 🙂

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Which school would u prefer out of Texas A&M and Flordia Internationl University?

Question by senior08: Which school would u prefer out of Texas A&M and Flordia Internationl University?
I am participating in National Student Exchange for one semester Spring2011 and while on the exchange i will be a 2nd semester Junior. I am a Industrial Technolgy major and both schools have my major. I currently attend Virginia State university (HBCU) and I wanna network and have a good time but I am from houston,texas and im kinda miss home so what school should i pick?

Best answer:

Answer by babyyb90210
Well my friend, out of loyalty I have to say Texas A&M. My aunt actually works there. She loves it very much. I also went and saw it and her office. Such a nice school

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I want to get my master’s degree in IT at an online school? What school and/or program, do you suggest?

Question by k_mac73: I want to get my master’s degree in IT at an online school? What school and/or program, do you suggest?
Hi…I have a B.A. in Psychology that I attained from Oral Roberts University in 2003. I have been working in the field of social services for the last 6 years. I do not want to further my education in anything related to social services (i.e. counseling, therapist, etc). I would like to pursue a Master’s in something under the umbrella of IT. I also am looking to go online for school as I work full time and I just don’t want to have to go to a traditional school if I don’t have to. I have done a semester online at ITT Tech a couple of years ago and enjoyed the online experience. I was working on an Associate’s in Computer Forensics. I actually am highly fascinated with this field so I would like to pursue it at the graduate level.

In the master’s arena, it is not usually called Computer Forensics however. I also am interested in learning how to program different applications on the computer. What program would encompass computer security AND computer programming (software engineering)?

I have been debating between a few online colleges: (1)Kaplan (which has a Master of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Information Security and Assurance). (2)University of Phoenix has a Master of Information Systems. This one is kind of broad but does have courses in information security and computer programming. (3) Virginia College has a Master of Science in Cybersecurity. This one is very specific and no computer programming courses. (4) Keller Graduate School of Management has a Master of Information Systems Management with a concentration in Information Security. Lastly, (5) AIU has a Master of Information Technology with a concentration in Internet security. Now, these are just the colleges that I have researched and I have spoken with the academic advisors and am considering attending (I’ve actually researched a few more but for whatever reason, I eliminated them).

Out of the 5 online schools that I mentioned, are there any that you would personally not consider and why?? I have heard good stories and I have heard horror stories. All 5 of the schools I mentioned are accredited. Can you offer any other colleges or programs for that matter that may be a better fit that I can look into based off of the information that I have given you about myself??

I know I’ve written a lot of information. I just feel like the academic advisors at these specific schools are biased and I would love an unbiased point of view Also, let me add this one last thing as a sidenote, I used to work with therapists as the case worker for sexually abused children. Our agency worked alongside the police department, sheriff’s department, district attorney’s office, etc., etc. This is when I really became involved in computer forensics, because I would love to know how to go into a suspect’s computer and recover lost data that they think they erased (i.e. a pedophile with child pornography) and that is what the degree should provide for me. And as I said earlier, I would also like to know how to actually program applications or software on the computer that can be used in that field or even in other unrelated fields. Please help…I am trying to make a decision by the end of the year with hopes of starting school in early 2010. I know I’ve said a lot and have written a book but this is actually the narrowed down version since I first started this process….

Thank you for your input…”

Best answer:

Answer by PE2008
All of the schools you mention are worthless. Their degrees are worthless. You will be laughed-at if you try to get a job with one of these degrees.

It’s hard to advise you. You clearly are romantically involved with this bogus concept of “cyber IT” and you’re not going to be talked out of it.

If you were to do it right, you would get a flexible Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering Technology.

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David Shanklin, 19, Lives in a Coal Company Town near Sunbright, West Virginia, and Graduated From Logan County High School. His Girlfriend, Janet Edwards, 17, Still Attends High School in Logan…

David Shanklin, 19, Lives in a Coal Company Town near Sunbright, West Virginia, and Graduated From Logan County High School. His Girlfriend, Janet Edwards, 17, Still Attends High School in Logan…
Colleges In Virginia
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Original Caption: David Shanklin, 19, Lives in a Coal Company Town near Sunbright, West Virginia, and Graduated From Logan County High School. His Girlfriend, Janet Edwards, 17, Still Attends High School in Logan. David’s Father Was Killed in the Mines in 1954 by a Roof Fall and He Wants to Be a Miner, But His Mother Doesn’t Want Him To. The Youth Has a Brother Working in the Mines. Notice the Out Houses in Front of the Homes 04/1974

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-13966

Photographer: Corn, Jack, 1929-

Subjects:
West Virginia (United States) state
Environmental Protection Agency
Project DOCUMERICA

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Aerial of a Typical Company Town near Logan, West Virginia with the School at One End and the Company Store at the Other Company Towns Are Becoming a Thing of the Past 04/1974

Aerial of a Typical Company Town near Logan, West Virginia with the School at One End and the Company Store at the Other Company Towns Are Becoming a Thing of the Past 04/1974
Colleges In Virginia
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Original Caption: Aerial of a Typical Company Town near Logan, West Virginia with the School at One End and the Company Store at the Other Company Towns Are Becoming a Thing of the Past. Because They Now Have Their Own Transportation, the Miners Choose to Live Away From the Mines in Which They Work and Commute as Much as 25 Miles One Way to Work. Before Miners Had Their Own Cars They Clustered in Company Towns and Walked to Work 04/1974

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-14017

Photographer: Corn, Jack, 1929-

Subjects:
West Virginia (United States) state
Environmental Protection Agency
Project DOCUMERICA

Persistent URL: arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=556469

Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD, 20740-6001.

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(Reprint) 1987 Yearbook: Western Branch High School, Chesapeake, Virginia

(Reprint) 1987 Yearbook: Western Branch High School, Chesapeake, Virginia

This copy is a softcover reprint of a previously owned high school yearbook. Whether you no longer have your own copy or want to surprise someone with a unique gift, the memories in this yearbook are sure to make someone smile! All the pages and images are reproduced as-is, which means your copy may show handwriting or effects of aging, and that certain pages, images, or other content may be omitted, missing, or obscured. Don’t miss out! Bring home a piece of your history.

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