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Ask Slashdot: How do I choose an IT college in California?

Clyde Machine (1851570) writes | about a year ago

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Clyde Machine (1851570) writes "I've studied network technology enough to earn an associate's degree, and am looking to take my tech-related interests above and beyond — and out of the state. This is mostly to fulfill my interest of living in a new environment (I've been in Michigan for a long time), as well as filling my need to be learning something relevant to me. I'm looking specifically to California, but have no idea how to gauge a "good" college from a "bad" one. I'm primarily interested in Information Security as a field for further education.

How do I find good tech colleges to apply to for Information Security? Do you know of any off-hand? And of course, any and all scholarship information would be nice, because loans are the worst."

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