Each year, an average of 0 students graduate from computer programming schools in Alabama. If you too are interested in a career in computer programming, Alabama has 1 computer programming schools for you to choose from. Yearly tuition at computer programming schools in Alabama for a degree in computer programming is $15,716 per year.
Virginia College-Birmingham is the largest computer programming school in the state of Alabama, based on number of students. It is located in Birmingham. In 2009, a reported 0 students graduated with a computer programming degree from Virginia College-Birmingham. This was NaN% of the total computer programming graduates in Alabama for that year. Tuition at Virginia College-Birmingham, was $15,716 per year in 2010.
Forensic Science Technician is the most popular career choice for those who graduate with credentials in computer programming. If you are planning on working in the state after graduation, you should know that the job outlook for forensic science technicians in Alabama is good. In Alabama, there are currently about 210 forensic science technicians. The government expects, by 2018, for this number to increase by 12%, or to 230 forensic science technicians.
In Alabama, as a forensic science technician, you can expect to earn a salary of anywhere from less than $29,380 per year to more than $69,430 per year. The median salary for forensic science technicians in Alabama is $43,330 per year.