Want to stop a crime before it starts? Consider a career in Network Security. You'll be on the front lines protecting computer systems against hackers, spyware and viruses. Today's companies cannot afford a breach in security. They need talented Network Security professionals who can keep them safe.
Electronic Engineering technology dominates our world. Every year, an avalanche of new products and equipment changes both how we live and work. This dynamic environment provides tremendous opportunities for those who know how to work with sophisticated technology.
A few years ago, it was enough to simply have a web presence. Now, businesses and organizations must make a statement with their web presence if they hope to engage their target audience. Content is important, but the way it's presented determines success or failure. If you want to be a part of this dynamic field, consider a career in Web Development.
Are you a gamer? Do you like the thrill of making it to the next level? Why not do that with your career and make a living in Simulation and Game Programming? Through ECPI University's year-round schedule, you can earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer and Information Science with a concentration in Simulation and Game Programming in just 2.5 years!
Computers can do amazing things, but they still need people to tell them what to do. That's where Database Programming comes into play. Do you enjoy diagnosing problems, then coming up with clever solutions? If so, then a career in Database Programming might be just what you've been looking for!
Business & Criminal Justice
Looking for a career where you can make a real difference? There is no more noble profession than keeping your fellow citizens free from harm. Plus, it's fascinating work. Today's criminal justice professionals possess many talents involving investigation, security, law enforcement, forensic science and technology.
The world of business is fast-paced and multifaceted. It involves financial management, marketing, sales, personnel, research and strategic planning. People who succeed in business possess many of these skills, but they also exhibit qualities that serve them equally well – leadership, ingenuity and a team attitude, to name a few.
If you like being in demand, consider a career in IT Management. In just about any organization, IT professionals are the "go-to" people when computers and networks start acting up. IT Management plays an extraordinary role in the daily operations of most any workplace. Technology, when properly selected, installed and maintained, allows businesses and organization to operate at peak efficiency.
Are you a nurse looking to take your career to the next level? The Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) program could give your career the boost you've been looking for. Our curriculum allows you to build on your associate degree or diploma and give you the credentials many of today's leading healthcare providers are seeking.
Registered nursing can be a highly rewarding career in many ways. And according to the U.S. Labor Department, the job outlook is strong with employment of registered nurses expected to grow 26 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. *US Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition
There's a certain satisfaction that comes with caring for those who cannot care for themselves. If you feel this special calling, consider a career in Practical Nursing.
For those who work in the physical therapy field, there are few experiences more gratifying than helping a patient recover from a serious injury. Whether it's back or neck issues, arthritis, neurological conditions, burns, amputations or just simply pains and strains, the reward of helping someone regain their mobility is great.
Simply put, Radiography Technicians are in demand. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment of radiologic technologists is expected to increase by about 17 percent from 2008 to 2018, faster than the average for all occupations. **US Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition
Imagine working directly with physicians, taking vital signs, performing laboratory tests and diagnostic procedures, administering medications and assisting with patient exams. That's just part of what comes with being a Medical Assistant.
Dental Assistants play an important role in most any dental office. They coordinate care and information between the dentist, patient and front office staff to ensure patients are treated well and the practice runs smoothly.