Associate of Science in Information Technology (IT) Cybersecurity prepares students for IT and cybersecurity workforce. The program coursework includes hands-on practices in system support, networking, security implementation. Students will learn to troubleshoot systems, plan, design and derive viable security controls and solutions to address network and system security gaps.
This program is projected to have 50 - 100 students earning the degree annually.
The goal of this program is to increase diversity in the technical workforce while providing students a transfer pathway to a university, such as California State San Bernardino, in which students can further pursue their education and training in cybersecurity.
There is no requirements for student to enter this program.
Students are required to complete 35 total units: 26 units of program required courses and 6 units of elective courses.
Required: 26 units
(Y1 or S1)
|CIS-1A||Introduction to Computer Information Systems||3||S1|
and Communication Technology Essentials
|CIS-27||Information and Network Security||3||S1|
|CIS-40A||Computer Network Fundamentals ||3||S2|
|CIS-41A|| Principles of Cybersecurity Analysis||3||S2|
|CIS-40B||Routing and Switching Essentials ||3||S3|
|CIS-40D||Systems and Network Administration||3||S3|
Electives: 6 units
|Course||Title||Units||Year/Semester (Y1 or S1)|
|CIS-30A||Introduction to Python Programming ||3||S2|
|CIS-30B||Python Programming in Cybersecurity||3||S3|
|CIS-40C||Installing, Configuring & Administering|
Microsoft Operating Systems
|CIS-21||Introduction to Operating Systems||3||S3|
|CIS-27A||Computer Forensics Fundamentals||3||S4|
|CIS-27B||Introduction to Cybersecurity: Ethical Hacking ||3||S4|
|CIS-61||Introduction to Database Theory||3||S4|
Diann Thursby · 05/10/21
Received regional recommendation at 5-10-2021 IEDRC Deans Meeting.