According to the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation, a non-profit science and technology think tank, while there's a certain "groundswell of interest" in CS in the United States, it's still not enough to address the high demand for skilled workers among employers.
This fall, Philadelphia's Peirce College will launch its first competency-based degree program: a bachelor's degree in information technology with a concentration in networking, administration and information security.
The report also lists companies that are projected to drive the market’s growth.
Just months after the University of North Georgia launched a center for cyber operations education, it has earned a designation as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense from the Department of Homeland Security and the National Security Agency.
IBM has expanded its footprint into Centennial Campus, North Carolina State University's research park and educational campus, which sits adjacent to its other campus sites.
The new archives include digital support and are intended to further research in humanities.
Two education technology companies are banding together to simplify the process of curriculum distribution in higher education.
A new, multi-national study also found that students want to see a single application to track progress on their degree.
The bandwidth upgrade is expected to have a significant impact for colleges and universities using I-Light.