Cyber Tech

State Eligibility: Residents of Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, West Virginia, and Wisconsin are not eligible to enroll at this time. 

Program Requirements: There may be courses that require the use of certain technology and websites such as Youtube, CNN and Zoom. There are jurisdictions that restrict the use and block these services from access from within the jurisdiction.  If these services are blocked then you may not be able to properly access the course content. Prior to registering for the program, we strongly recommend that you check with us if you have any concerns about being able to access the course content by utilizing these services.

Trade Regulations: Accessing the program from territories where the program, or any content or functionality of the program, or portions thereof, is illegal is expressly prohibited. If you choose to access or register for the program, in any manner, you: (i) acknowledge and agree that you do so at your own initiative and at your own risk; and (ii) represent and warrant that you are doing so in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and orders, including, without limitation, the laws of the United States, and the member states of the European Union.

Additional Guidelines: The following skills and and experience will be helpful but are not required to enroll in a certificate:

  • Understand technology and technical terms, basic operating systems such as Windows or MacOS, personal productivity technology such as Office (Word, Excel, etc.) 
  • Know how to write reports, briefs and/or papers
  • Access to operating systems and a computer built within the past five years simply to avoid technical challenges as well as the internet and/or other sources in order to perform basic research 
  • Work or academic experience with technology in an operational setting
  • Bachelor’s degree or similar training (ex. military) in a hard science subject, preferably one that deals with technology, engineering or cyber security 
  • Be familiar with some aspects of cyber security