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Finding the Right Program

Many people learn best from an organized coding program rather than learning on their own. Whether you want to learn online at your own pace or in-person at a local college, there are plenty of options for you! If you're self-motivated and looking to learn on a budget, online courses are affordable and are specifically catered toward building your coding skills. See our guide below for information on online programs we like as well as the many local college programs available in the Ozarks.

If you would help picking a path that's right for you, feel free to reach out to us at info@thegeekfoundation.org.

Online Programs

There are many paid training options online to sift through. Here are some of our top picks:

College Programs

The Springfield, Missouri area is full of quality universities with computer science programs. The following lists several within the city as well as a few other options within the region.

Missouri State University (MSU)

Information Technology (125 hours)    

Computer Science (125 hours)

Ozarks Technical Community College (OTC)

Computer Science

Computer Information Science

Networking Technology

Drury University

Computer Science - Game Development (Core + 61 hours)

Computer Science - Software Engineering (Core + 44 hours)

Southwest Baptist University (SBU) @ Bolivar MO

Computer Science (130 hours)

Computer Information Science (134 hours)

Web Systems and Design (128 hours)

Evangel University (EU)

Computer Information Systems (124 hours)

Computer Science (124 hours)

Missouri Science and Technology (S&T) @ Rolla MO

Computer Engineering

Computer Science 

Information Science and Technology

Technical Communication

Bryan University

Information Technology

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