PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The IT Security 600 hour program focuses on IT security training, the foundational principles of securing computer networks, and managing risk. Important topics covered are managing networks, ethical hacking defense, troubleshooting Linux OS, administering Microsoft, and mitigating security risks.

Upon completion of the program, students may test for several different certification exams including CompTIA A+, Linux +, Cisco CCNA, CompTIA Security +, and an MCSA exam.

CAREER PATHWAYS

Education attained through the IT Security program prepares students for positions in industry such as Information Security Analyst, Database Administrator, Computer Network Specialist and Computer User Support Specialist *

*Information found in Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment & Wages

FUNDING RESOURCES

The IT Security program is a Federal Student Aid eligible program. Students should complete their FAFSA with our Federal School Code: 042472. This program is also approved by the Arizona State Approving Agency for GI Bill® Education Benefits.

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SOUTHWEST CAMPUS

500 N. Verrado Way
Buckeye, AZ 85326

Southwest

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PROGRAM INFORMATION

PROGRAM LENGTH
600 clock hours

SCHEDULE
Monday – Thursday, 6:45 pm – 9:45 pm

START DATE
October 3, 2022

LOCATION
West-MEC Southwest Campus
500 N. Verrado Way
Buckeye, AZ 85326

TUITION & FEES
Program of Study: $4,850.00

RESOURCES

Program Overview
Certification Information (TBD)
Adult Programs Catalog & Student Handbook
Annual Security Report
Adult Education Program Application Form

CALENDAR
Adult Ed IT Security Calendar

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CONTACT US
623.738.0046
adulted@west-mec.edu

IT Security Adult Education

IT Security 600 hour program