Today, everything is digital. That’s why the world needs more people trained in computer forensics who can stay one step ahead of hackers and identity thieves. Sullivan Tech’s computer security degree programs for this intensely in-demand field will prepare you to secure and defend networks against internal and external threats.
The need for experienced cyber security specialists has skyrocketed in recent years, and employment for positions such as that of an information security analyst are projected to grow by as much as 37% by 2022, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Cyber programs offer real-world applications of classroom theory that are complemented with a practical, laboratory-based training. Virtual simulators are available. There are pathways to acquire pertinent certifications. The program covers the core competencies in information security assessments, monitoring and auditing of computer implementations and networks.
The Computer Network Administration degree focuses on teaching you such practical applicatiions as:
With a focus on network offense and defense techniques and forensic data analysis, Sullivan University’s CNSF and Network Security Degree programs are highly experiential and rely on the latest equipment and software. Integral to the curriculum is thorough preparation for industry certifications, including: CompTIA Security Plus, CompTIA A Plus, CompTIA Network Plus and CISSP.
180 Credit Hours
Length: 36 months
Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term,
developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc
|ACT101||Principles of Accounting I||4|
|CSC105||Introduction to Programming||4|
|CSC146||Legal Issues in Forensics||4|
|CSC200||Principles of Technology||4|
|CSC248||Digital Forensic Analysis||4|
|CSC414||Senior Seminar in Information Technology||4|
|MNE108||Computer Hardware Fundamentals||4|
|MNE109||Computer Network Fundamentals||4|
|MNE203||Introduction to Linux||4|
|MNE213||Computer Security Fundamentals||4|
|MTH202||Introduction to Statistics||4|
|PSA102||Introduction to Legal Systems||4|
|PSY214||Introduction to Psychology||4|
|SOC214||Introduction to Sociology||4|
|Computer Science Electives||24|
|300/400 Level Computer Science Electives||12|
|Humanities and Fine Arts Elective||4|
|Social/Behavioral Sciences Elective||4|
|General Education Electives||4|
http://www.nsa.gov/ America’s code breakers and code makers, the core missions of the NSA and CSS are to protect U.S. national security systems and to produce foreign signal intelligence information. Their website includes cryptologic heritage and historical information on the agency and its evolvement.
http://www.staysafeonline.org/ The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) is the pre-eminent public-private partnership working with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), corporate sponsors and partners and nonprofit collaborators to promote cyber security awareness for home users, small and medium sized businesses, and primary and secondary education.