Cost per credit: $207
Gain the experience to resolve real-world problems in the rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape.
Finger Lakes Community College's Associate in Applied Science in Networking and Cybersecurity degree prepares you to be a leader in the rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape. The world demands quicker and easier access to online information, and as a result, networks are vulnerable to attacks. Companies, governments, communities, and households depend on networks to keep them connected, informed, and on top of daily life. Relying more on technologies and networks to complete all daily tasks, putting us at risk for invasion, theft, and cyber threats. You will learn the skills and gain the experience critical for accessing, responding to, and preventing these dangers.
The top cybersecurity threats in 2020 were:
How would you respond? Analysts are needed to create innovative solutions to prevent hackers from stealing critical information or causing problems for computer networks. The online Networking and Cybersecurity degree equips you with the experience to master these real-world problems. You will have access to cutting-edge resources, allowing you to gain a vast amount of hands-on experience through simulations of real-world scenarios. Graduates of the online AAS in Networking and Cybersecurity can enter the workforce or transfer to the Security Studies BS or Cybersecurity BS online to expand their skills and earn one of the 4 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs worldwide.
The accredited, online Networking and Cybersecurity AAS degree teaches the skills needed to guard against cyberattacks that threaten the data in our digital world. Students graduate fully prepared to join the front lines of digital defense and become leaders in the ever-changing industry.
Networking and cybersecurity courses online:
Hands-on training and labs:
What You can do with a two-year degree in networking and cybersecurity?