CyberSecurity and Networking

CyberSecurity and Networking

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
  • Identify, test, and install PC hardware and PC software.
  • Connect network hardware and configure network software in a server system.
  • Talk to nontechnical end-users and provide high customer service to all end users.
  • Analyze security issues and apply them to network design problems.
  • Perform necessary ‘white hat’ attacks on a network to assess vulnerabilities.
  • Acquire the necessary fundamentals of the C++ programming language for solving complex program problems.
  • Understand the fundamentals of design and implementation of embedded system


What certificates will I prepare to earn in this program?

Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician
Classes Required: CIS 151 & 152
Cisco Certified Network Associate Classes Required: CIS 153 & 154
Comptia A+
Classes Required: CIS 145 &146

NDG Linux 1
Classes Required: CIS 140 & 279
Microsoft Certified Systems Admin Classes Required: CIS 279
CCNA Security
Classes Required: CIS 284 & 285
CCNA Cyber Ops
Classes Required: CIS 284 & 285
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Median Annual Salary

United States:
Oregon State:
Klamath Region:

Prospective Jobs

2019-2029 Employment Projection

31.2% Growth

Entry Level Educational Requirements:

Bachelor's Degree

All data was gathered from the State of Oregon Employment Department and Bureau of Labor Statistics
Data provided for a Information Security Analyst position. For a different employment forecast please visit the State of Oregon Employment Department.
Program Advisor
Troy Lanning
CyberSecurity Program Lead