Study Cybersecurity at GCCC to gain the knowledge necessary to obtain industry-based
certifications such as CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+, and Project+. Completion
of the AS degree in Cybersecurity may also help you obtain internships or entry-level
employment. Transfer credits form the Cybersecurity program to a four-year university
to complete a Bachelor's degree.
Each semester, there are 8 to 15 students in each Cybersecurity course held on the campus, giving you valuable one-on-one time with the instructor as well as an opportunity to develop relationships with classmates for additional support and learning.
Scholarships are available for students in the Cybersecurity program at GCCC, visit the Financial Aid page for more information about which scholarships you are eligible for.
Your advisement in the Computer Information Systems program is provided directly by the computer science faculty. The faculty also hold office hours in the Academic Building on campus and are available via phone and email.