what is the best route to go for if I do a two year Associates Applied Science degree? I don't plan on going straight into a Computer Science or electrical engineering 4 year program right now as I want to start working after two years right a way. My plan is to get a job after I get my two year degree and purse my bachelor's later while i'm working full time either taking night classes or transfer my credits to an online school to get my bachelor's.
There are several two year degrees I like. Here is a list of two year associates applied science degrees that are in my interest but having trouble deciding on which router to go for in today's market as I like them all but only can pick one.
AAS Local Area Network Management - with an emphasis on computer networking, network security, CCNA, Linux, Windows, netware/novell A+, security+, network+ ccnp etc.
AAS Electronics Engineering Technology with emphasis in Electronics, Communications, Microcontrollers,microprocessors with C programming and labview, digital electronics, analog electronics, semiconductors, circuits etc.
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