Network Management/Cyber Security - Associate in Applied Science

Curriculum Code: 566

Program Information
This program is designed to prepare students for technical positions in cyber security and cyber security related environments.

When You Graduate
When You Graduate AAS programs are designed for students who want to enter a career directly after graduating but those who change their plans find that most of their CCC credits transfer to four-year colleges. Students are encouraged to visit the NJ transfer website: www.njtransfer.org for transfer course equivalencies. The latest technology and learning tools support your education for a wide range of employment opportunities.

Upon completion of this program, student should be able to:
•Demonstrate Network Management Theory as it applies to Cyber Security. •Demonstrate practical ability to apply Network Management and Cyber Security concepts. •Demonstrate practical ability to configure operating systems.


Employment Opportunities:
Information systems security specialist, operating systems security specialist, security specialist, applications security specialist, information assurance security specialist

Program Requirements (46)
Credits
BU
114
Business Internship or
BU
115
Introduction to Business
3
CS
170
PC Services & Support
4
CS
175
Core Client Operating System
3
CS
217
Networking Fundamentals
4
CS
226
Network Infrastructure Implementation
4
CS
229
Linux Installation & Configuration
3
CS
233
Networking Hardware & Routing
4
CS
234
LAN Switching and Wireless
4
CS
235
Accessing the WAN, Security and Troubleshooting
4
CS
240
Security+
3
CS
241
Computer Forensics
3
CS
242
Principles of Information Security
3
CS
275
Core Server Operating System
4

General Education Requirements (21-23)
Credits
EN
101
English Composition I
3
EN
102
English Composition II or
3
EN
103
Technical Writing or
3
SP
203
Effective Speech
3
Math Elective (MA 109 or higher*)
3-4
Math Elective (MA 109 or higher*)
3-4
Social Science Elective
3
Humanities Elective
3
Diversity Elective
3

Total Credits: (67-69)

*Excluding MA 115