I've decided to go back to college rather than looking for a job as a programmer, or joining the army.
My new question is where I should go to college?
I have decent high school grades- 3.0 gpa / average amount of extra circular activities.
pretty good sat- 1150, but I'm taking them again, I'm pretty sure I can a 1300-1400 this time, I never studied or cared about the sat's the first time I took them.
I have one semester of college- all A's, although it was a private tech college(which I'm not going back to).
And I have A's and B's in the programming courses I took, but they're non-accredited(so I'm not sure whether colleges will weigh in these grades as well).
Anyways, where do you think I should go.
I want to eventually get my phd in computer science and become a college professor.
I'm looking for colleges that offer teaching fellowships to undergrad's (seniors), and to post-grads.
I'm currently looking at BU(hope I can get in there), northeastern, or any non-tech college (tech colleges typically have very few girls except for the big ones ).
Any suggestions on where I should, anywhere in the U.S. I'm not leaving the country though.
I'd also like to stay in one college all 8 years to get my phd.