When you start to look at your chosen technology or legal college in Cheyenne to find the right course of study for you, take a look at the big picture, especially the one that includes your job prospects upon graduation. Some fields are simply and clearly more promising than others.
At IBMC College, we want you to choose wisely, in terms of a field where there is vast career potential, as well as a field where you will excel and enjoy your studies. It is a tricky balance, but with the right approach, research and introspection, you can do it.
Take a look at a few of our popular programs to see how each one fits with your personality, as well as their job prospects at the time when you plan to graduate.
Computer Support Studies
Anything related to technology is a good course of study, as long as you feel comfortable with the field and all that it entails. Most often, with a degree in computer support, you will be employed by a company that is small, medium or large, and work with the company’s hardware and software to make your colleagues’ daily operations seamless.
You will often take help desk calls and submitted tickets and help your co-workers with their sometimes rudimentary issues, which is where your patience will come into play. Keep in mind that you will have trained and learned all the most updated features on a more in-depth level than they have, so practice patience when they don’t know all that you know. You will learn Microsoft Office and Windows Operating Systems, as a rule. As an IT or computer support worker, you will also manage your company’s computer security.
Some students are interested in a paralegal career, which is probably the perfect position in a law office. You work in tandem with attorneys, but you don’t have nearly as much responsibility or pressure on your shoulders. Once you have worked as a paralegal for a while, you might consider attending law school unless you enjoy your paralegal position, which many legal studies students do. As a paralegal, you will perform client interviews, go through files to find discovery documents, draft legal pleadings, perform legal research, and write memoranda and briefs for the attorneys for whom you work each day.