Quick Program Facts
- Number of courses: 1
- 10 weeks
- Total hours: 80
- Classes meet Monday & Wednesday, 6–10 p.m.
- Program certification: Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)-certified academy
- Cost: $650, which includes:
- Voucher for the CompTIA Security+ certification exam (administered by PearsonVUE)
- Academic software
- Access to test preparation software
- Financial aid:
- Campus: Northwest
- Types of instruction: classroom, hands-on training, lab drills
- Certificate: TCC Certificate of Completion
Security+ is the fundamental certification for entry-level cybersecurity professionals. The certificate meets the regulatory requirements for some government and government-contractor jobs.
According to CompTIA, Security+ emphasizes hands-on, practical skills. Topics covered include:
- Legal environment
- Risk management
- Vulnerabilities & countermeasures
After successfully completing this certification, you will be prepared to solve a wide range of security issues.
You will be work-ready and prepared for an entry-level job in the cybersecurity field.
What is CompTIA?
CompTIA is a non-profit trade association that serves as the leading provider of vendor-neutral IT certifications in the world.
Do I need computer experience?
You should have basic computer experience and a knowledge of information technology (IT) concepts.
Credentials in Detail
After successfully completing this course, you will receive a TCC Certificate of Completion.
CompTIA Certification Exams
You will also be prepared to sit for the CompTIA Security+ certification exams.
You can use the vouchers included in your tuition to take the CompTIA certification tests at these locations:
- TCC Professional Certification Testing Center on Northwest Campus, which is a state-of-the-art PearsonVUE testing facility
- Any PearsonVUE facility worldwide
Course You Will Take
Check availability: Go to the Course Sections Offered by Term page and scroll down to Continuing Education Terms.
- ITSY-1000 Fundamentals of Info Security
How to Apply
Register for the Security+ course.
Updated February 19, 2019