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Cybersecurity

Quick Facts

  • Associate of Applied Science: 2-year program (60 semester credit hours)
  • Certificates:
    • Level 1 (27 semester credit hours)
    • Level 2 (47 semester credit hours)
  • Program is offered at: all campuses

Summary

Keeping information safe and preventing data hacking are top priorities as our world becomes more automated.

Demand for information security analysts is growing. We need professionals who can develop innovative solutions that prevent hackers from stealing critical information or causing problems for computer networks.

Be on the forefront of information security

In our program, you will learn how to:

  • Monitor the security of computer information systems
  • Detect intrusions to computer systems
  • Manage security crises
  • Implement security best practices
  • Understand cyber law and ethics issues
  • Be proactive in addressing hacking attempts with defensive countermeasures
  • Keep up with current IT security trends

Program Options

Degree

Certificates

Level 1
Level 2

Careers

After successfully completing our program, you will be prepared for jobs such as:

  • Information security analyst
  • Computer security specialist
  • Information technology security analyst
  • Information assurance analyst
  • Security systems administrator

Professional Organizations

Projected Job Growth

CareerOneStop

Occupational Outlook Handbook

O*NET OnLine

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Contact

Northeast Campus

Betty Dalton, Department Co-Chair
817-515-6514
betty.dalton@tccd.edu

Carol Merchant, Department Co-Chair
817-515-6660
carol.merchant@tccd.edu

Northwest Campus

Richard Sellers, Instructor, Department Chair
817-515-7752
richard.sellers@tccd.edu

South Campus

Shahla Durany, Instructor, Department Chair
817-515-4783
shahla.durany@tccd.edu

Southeast Campus

James Chegwidden, Associate Professor, Department Chair
817-515-3363
james.chegwidden@tcccd.edu

Updated May 18, 2020