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Cybercrime, stolen identities, lost electronic files, information theft ... so many things can go wrong in our dependence on computer and Internet information. Cyber security — protecting electronic files — affects every aspect of our lives, from home and workplace to homeland security. If you are a problem-solver with a mind for details, consider the Cyber Security program at Richland College.
Are you interested in a career in cyber security?
Whether you’re interested in an associate’s degree, a bachelor's degree at Richland through New England College, transferring to a four-year university, or completing a certificate, our nationally recognized program can help with your career goals in a high-growth industry.
“This program is so much more than what I have learned in my previous degree studies. It provides me with an understanding that my information technology degree could not. With the training and instruction provided in the Cyber Security program, I am becoming a skilled digital forensics professional.”
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This program may lead to an occupational license for which a prior criminal history may make a student ineligible.
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Are you interested in cyber security?