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Computer Networking Systems and Cyber Security (A.A.S.)

The mission of the Computer Networking Systems and Cyber Security A.A.S. degree program is to provide both a theoretical and hands-on foundation in computer networking, using industry-standard hardware and software. The Computer Networking Systems and Cyber Security curriculum is designed to provide a comprehensive education primarily for the student who anticipates employment as network and systems administrator in accordance with the principles of the SCCC mission.

The Computer Networking Systems and Cyber Security A.A.S. program enables graduates to:
  • Design, implement, and troubleshoot computing environments, including both hardware and software;
  • Install, configure and maintain computer network hardware, protocols, and services;
  • Design and implement various computer security strategies;
  • Demonstrate knowledge of computer programming languages, and
  • Apply logical and critical reasoning in evaluation and problem solving.