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New Hampshire Computer Training Schools

Computer and IT professionals can expect their training to go far in New Hampshire. New Hampshire boasts several technology initiatives for students and mid-career changers. Ross Gittell of the University of New Hampshire notes that New Hampshire ranks ninth among 50 states for percentage of high-tech workers. And the transition from classroom to career has never been more attractive.

Computer science education in New Hampshire

Institution Name No. of Computer Science Programs Offered Tuition & Fees Admission Rate
Rivier University 3 $30,000 70.59%
Plymouth State University 2 $13,472 78.77%
Dartmouth College 2 $51,438 10.59%
University of New Hampshire-Main Campus 2 $17,624 75.86%
Mount Washington College 2 N/A N/A
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

Tech industry and career outlook

CareerAnnual Mean WageStatewide Projected Job Growth RateStatewide Current Number of Jobs
Computer Network Architects$111,79012.3%350
Computer Network Support Specialists$69,5609.4%510
Computer Programmers$73,700-11%1,700
Computer Systems Analysts$87,60019.1%2,240
Database Administrators$90,29012.8%510
Information Security Analysts$100,75024.7%220
Network and Computer Systems Administrators$80,1705.3%1,830
Software Developers, Applications$105,21018.8%4,450
Software Developers, Systems Software$122,81012.4%1,410
Web Developers$65,26029.2%910
Source: 2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2016-26 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.
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