Duration
2 years
Intakes
Study mode
Full-time
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

Information Literacy Skills: Students will demonstrate the ability to incorporate information literacy skills that will enable students to locate, evaluate and effectively use information in the student’s program option.

Communication Skills: Students will demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in verbal and written format related to general as well as technical fields.

Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills: Students will demonstrate the ability of analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills to apply in the study of various aspects of the cybersecurity program. Students will be able to demonstrate the skills through extensive hands-on lab experiences based on real world scenarios both as an individual and a member of a team.

Scientific Literacy and Quantitative Reasoning Skills: Students will demonstrate the ability to use their technical knowledge and skills and current technology tools to effectively collect, read, interpret and analyze the data and display the results.

Information Management Skills: Students will demonstrate the ability to use computer software and industry standard network management tools to assess and diagnose security related issues with the help of library and other online resources for research and communication

Entry Requirements

Submit official high school and college transcripts (if applicable). If you hold a GED, please have the issuing state send official GED scores directly to the Office of Admissions at Garrett College. There is no fee to apply for admission to Garrett College. ACT and SAT scores, if available, also should be sent to the College but are not required for admission.