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Where To Get A Good 4-year It Education In

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#1 Civilizationist


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Posted 30 July 2007 - 09:15 PM

First a little backgroud information.
I am working right now on my A.A.S in Computer Networking Technology at Nashville State Community College. I'm set on moving to Southern California, and wish to continue my four year education there.

My question is what school between and including L.A. and San Diego, would be best for me to go to for computer networking?

I have looked around at the catalogs of the schools in those areas and the few networking classes they provide have vague descriptions, and I really don't know what to expect.

Specifically I wonder about Cal State San Marcos, they seem to be good as any and are the closest to where I plan on moving to.

Is there another website that would answer this question for me better?

Any help and opinions would be hugely appreciated.

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Posted 31 July 2007 - 09:00 PM

I would talk to you counselor at school, after all this is what they are paid for.

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