said by signmeuptoo:Check the salaries listed for open positions with your (future) qualifications -- that's the best way to find the answer to your question. You could also contact the job/career counselor at the institution offering the degree (though be sure to back it up with real-world info, again actual open positions with their salaries posted).
If I get an associate's in object oriented programming, and live in the NE USA, what should be starting pay be? I see sites that talk about having a bachelor's, which I plan on getting, but to start off with an associate's degree, how much should I make? I am guessing from 30-40 K?