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I am in applied classes, grade 10. Can I go to a university and earn my bachelor's degree? I want to work as a programmer/lead server engineer. I've checked out some job requirements, and they all say I need a bachelor's or master's degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, or equivalent experience". What should I do?

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Asked by nicolas123 Sunday Mar 6th 2011 in Online Colleges
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These are some really great questions. Let me start with with your first question - yes, you can take college courses while you are still in high school. For more information about taking college courses while you are in high school, check out this article: How to Earn Credits for College - While You're Still in High School.

As for your future career plans, yes to be a programmer/lead server engineer you will probably need to have a Master's or Bachelor's degree. Let me suggest that you take a look at the degrees in these online fields:

Computer Science Degrees

Online Information Systems Degrees

Degrees in Information Technology

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