Creating impregnable connections for data transfer and developing the means to stop infiltrators in their tracks are the types of technical quests that stir the passion of students in the Computer Networking & Cybersecurity major.
The fields of networking, systems administration and security are becoming more complex as society, industry and government agencies come to rely on the digital infrastructure. Champlain's Computer Networking & Cybersecurity Bachelor of Science program has been designated a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance by the National Security Agency, and this program will give you an extensive grounding in traditional network and security protocols, and prepare you for successful encounters with:
Traditional network and security protocols
Cybersecurity at all levels
You can specialize in Network Administration, where you learn to design, implement and maintain the infrastructure; or Cybersecurity, which focuses on detection and prevention of cyberattacks.
Champlain Computer Networking & Cybersecurity major featured on local news program in Bangor, Maine for the Northeast Regional Cyber Defense Competition
Mix Classroom Theory with Actual Networking Experience
Explore an open field of job possibilities as a Computer Networking & Cybersecurity program graduate. In the class of 2013, 93% of those who responded to our annual Employment survey were employed in a job relevant to their career goals within a year of graduating. Envision your Career Success.
Use hands-on lab opportunities to gain proficiency in server software installation, systems administration functions, networks and network services configurations, and LAN and WAN technology and protocols. Learn the other skills you will master in the Computer Networking & Cybersecurity major.