Cybersecurity Assoc. of Applied Science

The Information Security Program provides the skills for students to become highly skilled computer systems security professionals and to train individuals for entry-level positions as data security analyst, systems security administrators and network security administrators. In this program, students will master the latest security technologies and will examine the issues of information security awareness, network security hardware, systems and network security planning and defense, network security organization and the legal and ethical issues associated with information systems security. Students also will complete a capstone project and will design information security systems and implement a security strategy for a network. Students completing this degree program will be able to use the curriculum fundamentals learned to prepare for the A+, CCNA, Network+, Security+, and SCNP industry certification exams. Students planning to pursue a bachelor's degree in Information Assurance, Information Security or related programs at area four-year institutions should work closely with the Information and Engineering Technology department chair and Advising in order to meet the requirements of the transfer institution.


Learning Foundations Overall Requirements
Humanities Course Unrestricted
General Education - Social Sciences (A.A.S.)
General Education - Information Technology
Elective Credits
  • Take one additional course for 2 or more credits in order to reach the 60-credit minimum requirement for this degree.
18 Credits At the 2000 Level
  • You must take at least 18 credits of 2000-level courses in order to graduate in this program. Courses listed below count toward that requirement.



Information & Engineering Tech

Contact Information

Enrollment Services, Bladen Hall Room 125


(301) 546-0864

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