Computers

Average wage for computer occupations in Natrona County

$27.15 – $37.04/hr.
  • Computer Specialists
  • Computer Systems Analysts
  • Computer Programmers
  • Graphic Designers
  • Software Developers, Applications
  • Web Developers
  • Database Administrators
  • Network and Computer Systems Administrators
  • Computer User Support Specialists
  • Computer Network Support Specialists

Natrona County wage data taken from the report, “Wyoming Occupational Employment and Wages September 2019.”

Architectural Graphics and Design

The architectural graphics and design certificate allows you to develop skills in a specific area while completing the associate degree in engineering technology and design.

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Computer Science

There are many roads that lead to careers in game development, app creation, web app design, software engineering, information assurance, and cryptography. A computer science degree is the most traditional, but with good reason, since it provides a strong foundation in the fundamentals at the heart of computing. If you wish to transfer to a four-year institution, Casper College’s computer science associate degree is a stepping stone toward that goal.

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Cyber Security

Cyber Security is a dynamic field of study. It is designed to meet the changing needs related to the threats and vulnerabilities of cyberspace. Students also have the opportunity to complete training to become a Cisco Certified Network Associate or Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician.

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Engineering Technology and Design

With an associate degree in engineering technology and design, graduates of Casper College’s program have gone right into the field of drafting, or into allied areas such as architecture, engineering or technology-related industry. Others have chosen to pursue bachelor’s degrees to become industrial arts teachers, mid-level managers in manufacturing and engineering firms, and even engineers or architects.

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Geography (GIS)

Are you interested in learning a set of skills that will make you employable in a wide variety of industries? How about a job where you use technology and maps to explore spatial relationships on Earth? Then Geographic Information Systems (GIS) may be for you.

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Graphic Design

In the graphic design program at Casper College, you’ll study design, typography and color theory. You will learn how to combine text and graphics to communicate a message. This program exposes you to different aspects of the graphic design field — including print, front-end web design, and motion graphics — and provides hands-on experience with software and equipment used in the industry.

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Office Management

Although often thought of as a support position, office management is an integral part of any organization. Successful graduates are suited for a wide variety of clerical, office assistant, administrative assistant or executive assistant opportunities.

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Web Design

Do you consider yourself creative, with an eye for detail and a penchant for computer science? If so, you might consider a degree in web design. Web design is a mix of artistic ability, problem solving, and computer science.

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Web Development

The web development program at Casper College teaches you to create interactive and dynamic websites using website programming languages and databases. It is designed to provide you with an understanding of the concepts, principles and techniques required for work as a web programmer or developer.

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