Cyber and Information Security - Associate of Applied Science
Curriculum Code #6470
Effective May 2018
The Associate of Applied Science degree program in Cyber and Information Security prepares students for employment in a variety of careers in Cyber Security. Examples of positions can include such titles as network security specialist, information security technician, and cybersecurity specialist. In addition to basic computer and networking skills, this degree provides a solid foundation in information assurance, cybercrime investigation, ethical hacking, digital forensics, network forensics, cyber operations, Internet of Things, data collection, software exploitation, analysis of malicious code, reverse engineering, data integrity, risk assessment and mitigation techniques. Lab work and assignments will present real world cyber security scenarios encountered in the work place. Industry standard software will be used for digital forensics studies. Lorain County Community College has articulation agreements with colleges and universities including programs offered by Lorain County Community College's University Partnership.
|CMNW 101||A+ CERTIFICATION PREPARATION I||4|
or CMNW 201
|OPERATING SYSTEM INTERFACES 1, 2
or A+ CERTIFICATION PREP II
|ENGL 161||COLLEGE COMPOSITION I||3|
or PHLY 171
|QUANTITATIVE REASONING 3
or INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC
|SDEV 101||COLLEGE 101 4||1|
|CISS 145||LOCAL AREA NETWORKS 1||4|
|CMNW 120||CYBER-FOREN CYBER CRIME THE LAW||4|
|ENGL 164||COLLEGE COMPOSITION II WITH TECHNICAL TOPICS 1||3|
|PHLY 161||INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS||3|
|PSYH 151||INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY||3|
|BIOG 164||EXPLORATIONS IN FIELD SCIENCE||3|
|CISS 161||CISCO CCNA INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK 1||3|
|CISS 245||NETWORK INTEGRATION AND MANAGEMENT 1||4|
|CYBR 220||PYTHON SCRIPTING AND PROGRAM CONCEPTS||3|
|CYBR 221||ETHICAL HACKING 1||3|
|CISS 251||CYBER DEFENSE METHODS 1||3|
|CISS 252||IT SECURITY CONCEPTS||4|
|CMNW 223||NETWORK FORENSICS AND INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUES 1||4|
|CYBR 222||INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)||4|
Indicates that this course requires a college level prerequisite.
Students pursuing the Cyber and Information Security degree program have divisional approval to take CISS 125 without having completed CISS 121.
MTHM 158 or PHLY 171 is preferred. An Ohio Transfer Module mathematics course will also satisfy the requirement but any college level math course will be accepted.
A student must register for the orientation course when enrolling for more than six credit hours per semester or any course that would result in an accumulation of thirteen or more credit hours.