Secure Information Systems Certificate (non-credit)

This four-course training series will equip you to analyze business operations, support hardware and software systems, and protect against internal and external threats.

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Throughout the program, you will have the opportunity to validate your skills by earning IT industry-recognized CompTIA credentials, including A+, Network+, and Security+.

Completion of the certificate program with these credentials will equip you with the skillset necessary for employment or advancement in the IT field.

Employment in the industry is projected to grow by 8.6% through 2028. The average salary for those with industry credentials is $93,636.

Course Plan of Study

Courses start in Fall and Spring.

ScheduleCourseCourse Description
First 4 WeeksA+Covers CompTIA A+ certification and IT support skills, including hardware and software installation, configuration, repair, security and management of computer hardware, operating systems, networking, communication, and analysis skills essential for productive communication.
Second 6 WeeksNetwork+Covers CompTIA Network+ certification and tasks performed by IT support and network professionals, including management of networking components, IP configuration, setting up wireless and wired networks, managing networks, basic network security, software updates, hardware upgrades and network protocols, and computer support and maintenance.
Third 6 WeeksSecurity+Covers CompTIA Security+ certification and tasks performed by IT support and security professionals, including implementing and maintaining security protocols, implementing layered security through group policy objects, accessing control lists, wireless and wired local area network security measures, and workstation and mobile device security measures.
Full 16-WeeksCompTIA Certification PreparationProvides preparation for the CompTIA exams by exploring the exam objectives, possible question areas, actual prep questions, and lab simulations.