Offered at the Levelland Campus, and the Lubbock CTE Center.
The Cyber Security certificate is a one-year curriculum designed to provide students with a firm foundation of knowledge and training in order to analyze and protect computers, networks, software, and data from unauthorized access or attack. Topics will include operating system and network security, malware, hacking, computer forensics, intrusion detection, social engineering, and security management. During the program, students will be prepared to take several EC-Council certifications and the CompTIA Security+ certification exam. CompTIA vouchers will be issued as part of the course they align with.
This is a TSI-waved certificate. Students declaring this major are not subject to the TSI regulations unless they enroll in a course outside the prescribed curriculum.
The program advisors on the Levelland Campus are Michael Slaughter, Program Coordinator and Assistant Professor of CIS; Jesse Day, Assistant Professor of CIS; Charlene Perez, Assistant Professor of CIS. Program advisors at the Lubbock CTE Center are Michael Slaughter, Program Coordinator and Assistant Professor of CIS; and Dr. Patrick Logue, Professor of CIS.
Certificate of Proficiency