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Associate of Science in Cybersecurity

The Cybersecurity Associate of Science (A.S.) Degree prepares students with the requisite skills to safeguard network systems against threats as students can design and enforce security protocols, manage accounts, configure routers, repair compromised networks, and uphold regulatory constraints in business settings. In addition to understanding security fundamentals, students also understudy data communication, networking, programming and basic management skills.  Graduates can work in several careers in the fields of security and network administration as network administrator, network security manager, computer security specialist and cyber security specialist.

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