Cybersecurity degree program now offered at Anoka-Ramsey Community College
26 Jul 2018
Building on the Information Technology programs, Anoka-Ramsey Community College will offer a new Associate of Science in Cybersecurity beginning in the fall.
Students who enroll in the Cybersecurity degree program will gain a strong foundation in computer and network security, learning about concepts, design principles, policies, laws and security threats. They’ll study the impacts technology has on individuals and organizations including security and ethical issues.
Students will also learn to configure and administer systems and networks while monitoring vulnerabilities and using defensive techniques.
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