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AS in Cybersecurity

CIT: CYBERSECURITY

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE
DIVISION OF BUSINESS

AS in Cybersecurity

CIT-Office Technologies COA 19-20This degree begins with an introduction to computer information technology and its impact on business. It then prepares you to install, maintain, and secure computers. You will learn the hacker’s programming language of choice, Python. Now you’re ready for some additional skills. Complete your general education courses and choose vendor-neutral networking skills or industry-leading Cisco networking. Then choose your focus from server management, ethical hacking, system analysis and design, and more. Finally, reinforce your problem-solving skills by choosing one of several higher level math courses.

The following curriculum meets the requirement for a degree in Computer Information Technology/Cybersecurity. The courses needed for the degree are designed for those wishing to pursue a career in Computer Information Technology with an emphasis in Cybersecurity.

To acquire the Associate of Science Degree in Computer Information Technology/Cybersecurity, it is necessary to complete the courses located int eh curriculum tab.

Major Advising Sheet:CIT-Office Technologies COA 19-20

To acquire the Associate of Science Degree in Computer Information Technology/Cybersecurity, it is necessary to complete the following courses:

Required Courses
CIT 101 Introduction to Computer Information Technology 3
CIT 180 *PC maintenance – A+ Certification 4
CIT 221 *Ethical Hacking 3
Choose one course of the following:
CIT 171 *Network + 3
CIT 210 *Cisco Networking I 3
Choose one course from the following:
CIT 125 C++ Programming – Introduction 4
CIT 127 *Programming Concepts and Methodology I with Python 3
CIT 135 Introduction to Java Programming 4
Choose two courses from the following:
CIT 170 *Server + 3
CIT 192 *Networking Security 3
CIT 200 *Systems Analysis and Design 3
CIT 211 *Cisco Networking II 3
MGMT 208 *Business Communications 3
Choose one course from the following:
PSY 190 *Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences 4
MATH 130 or
MATH 130H
*Statistics
*Statistics Honors
4
MATH 170 *Elements of Calculus 4
MATH 190 or
MATH 190H
*Calculus I
*CaulculusI Honors
4

Units Required: 26-27
*Prerequisite