IT Cyber Security field Experience and IT certifications.
The Cyber Security Engineer program includes six courses to prepare students to achieve Network Security skills and knowledge. These courses demonstrate a student’s skills in Network Infrastructure and Security. Upon completion of the program, the candidate will know how to plan, configure, and operate simple WAN and switched LAN networks. Students will also understand VLSM, IPv6, OSPF, and EIGRP protocols and learn to use access lists using NAT and DHCP. Students will be able to make the design and technology decisions necessary to ensure successful technology implementation projects. Students will learn how to summarize business and industry influences and identify the security risks associated with those relationships. Students will also learn how to apply security mitigation strategies and controls in an Enterprise environment. The coursework and practice tests within the program prepare students to sit for the following Industry Certification exams: CCNA, CySA+, Certified Ethical Hacker, CCNA Security, CASP and the Cybersecurity First Responder. All eligible students may receive at least one certification exam voucher upon request for each exam at no cost.
Students must meet with a member of the Admissions Team to be considered for acceptance into our programs. MyComputerCareer will determine acceptance into any offered program. The decision to allow a student to enroll in the program will be guided by the following standards:Enrollment Standards A member of the Admissions Team will ascertain the prospective students’ ability to enroll in a program during the admissions process. High School Completion, GED, College Degree or equivalent is required for enrollment. Proof of attainment must be supplied, and a copy will be kept in the student’s file. There is a minimum age requirement of 17 for enrollment into any program at MyComputerCareer. Applicants under the age of 18 need a parent or guardian's signature in addition to their own signature on the enrollment agreement. Any prospective student who has a special needs request or accommodation must submit the request in writing via email to their Admissions Advisor/Director prior to enrollment to determine if the school can accommodate the request.Enrollment Prerequisites: Cyber Security Engineer:1. Graduate of the CSS Program, or2. Three years of IT Industry work experience, or3. Two years of IT Industry work experience with a min. of an Associate’s Degree, or4. Proof of an Active Security+ CertificationAn updated resume is required to show proof of work experience. Military work experience in computer technology isapplicable for work experience. Proof of Degree and/or Active Certification is required for criteria 3 and 4
Flexible. Classes typically start every 5 weeks. Deadline is no later than one week prior to the start of class.