Study cybersecurity at JCC
The Cybersecurity certificate from Jamestown Community College prepares you to enter the workforce immediately after graduation and seek employment in network architecture, network design and administration, system architecture, security tools, incident response, forensic analysis, and vulnerability analysis.
The certificate can also be a focused specialization for students earning a JCC degree in computer science, information technology, computer information systems, or cybersecurity.
The Cybersecurity certificate program emphasizes a basic understanding of computers and computer networks, as well as the vulnerability of those systems. You will study tools, policies, and procedures that are available to address a variety of cyber threats.
2021 median pay for information security analysts: $102,600/year according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Where to study at JCC
JCC’s Cybersecurity certificate prepares you to enter the workforce after graduation.
Graduates will be ready for entry into and/or career advancement within cybersecurity computer networks.
JCC’s Cybersecurity certificate can ladder into JCC’s computer-related degrees.
After you complete the program, you will be able to:
- Identify security risks and threats to computers and computer networks.
- Specify and implement appropriate hardware and software safeguards.
- Design a basic LAN and WAN, given specific parameters and constraints.
- Troubleshoot and optimize computer networks.
CSC 1520: Introduction to Cybersecurity
CSC 1570: Programming Concepts & Applications
CSC 1580: Computer Hardware & System Software
CSC 2510: Introduction to Networks
ENG 1510: English Composition I
INT 1555: Inquire
- Engage with the Learning Center for academic assistance.
CSC 2480: Advanced Networking & Security
MAT 1590: College Algebra/Trigonometry or higher
Social Sciences Elective
CSC or BUS Elective
- Explore internship possibilities.