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Computer teachers instruct students on computer-related subjects, such as computer science, programming and website development. Computer teachers frequently work in colleges, universities, adult education and vocational programs. Read on to explore education and career options.

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Computer teachers instruct students in subjects such as computer programming, website development and computer science. Other options include specialization in areas such as computer function, design, research analysis or operations. Computer teachers typically work in public and private colleges and universities, as well as vocational and adult education programs. Specific duties include lesson preparation and delivery, facilitating classroom discussions and evaluating students' work. Those who enjoy helping others learn new skills, are well organized and have an interest in technology may enjoy working as a computer science teacher. If this sounds like a good fit for you, learn more about this occupation through the Study.com resources listed below.

Education Information

Teaching in a college or university typically requires a graduate degree. For vocational programs, a minimum of a bachelor's degree may be required. Aspiring computer teachers can obtain degrees in computer-related majors and it may be useful to take additional coursework in subjects such as, technology, mathematics, science, engineering and education. Computer degree programs typically include computer and information science, programming and systems analysis. There are also teacher education programs that offer a computer educator track, often at the master's degree level or as a graduate certificate program. Training and work experience in computer science-related fields may also be required to work as a teacher in this area.

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