EXPERIENCE YOUR EDUCATION THROUGH HANDS-ON INSTRUCTION
Not all criminals wear masks—many sit behind a computer. In a world full of cybercrime and system vulnerabilities, it’s the job of network security professionals to protect computer systems against threats such as hackers, spyware, and viruses. If you’d like to be that vital line of defense, consider a career in network security.
Our year-round, accelerated curriculum offers the flexibility to fit your life, which also allows you to get where you’re going faster!
At ECPI University, you LEARN BY DOING in a “hands-on” classroom environment. This allows you to gain “real world” experience.
|A STEM Jobs℠ Approved College
ECPI University is honored to be a STEM Jobs℠ Approved College, a distinction which recognizes the University as not only a college centered on STEM-related programs, but also one that aligns its curriculum and career services with professional career tracks.
Through ECPI University’s year-round, accelerated schedule, you could earn an Associate of Science degree in Computer and Information Science with a concentration in Network Security in as little as 1.5 years. This program could provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to acquire entry-level employment as a network security specialist in a range of settings.
If you’re interested in protecting valuable computer systems and data, there’s no better time than now to start working toward an in-demand career in network security. Contact ECPI University today to learn more about earning an associate’s degree in network security.You could earn an Associate of Science Degree in Computer and Information Science with a concentration in Network Security in just 1.5 years through ECPI University’s year-round degree program.
Our network security degree program could teach you how to:
Complete the form on this page, or call us at our ground campuses or online for more information on Network Security at ECPI University and get started TODAY!
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