Cybersecurity, Networking, and Coding

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Cybersecurity, Networking, and Coding

Our Cybersecurity, Networking, and Coding programs will prepare you for employment in a variety of information technology (IT) positions with organizations that use computers to design, process, manage, protect, and communicate information. We are actively engaged in the latest technology, and our IT programs have options to meet the needs of many employment opportunities locally, across the state, and nationwide.

  1. Career Opportunities

    Since most successful businesses rely on various aspects of Cybersecurity, Networking, and Coding to keep them running, having experience in these fields gives you the potential to work in a variety of settings in both public and private sectors.

  2. Outlook

    When it comes to income and career prospects, the fields of Cybersecurity, Networking, and Coding have an extremely promising outlook. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the field is projected to grow about 31% through 2029.

  3. Versatility

    The Cybersecurity, Networking, and Coding industry offers a wide array of career opportunities. Common disciplines are information security analysts, cybersecurity consultants, and network administrators, each of which requires a distinct and complex skillset.

  4. Growth Potential

    Whether you’re looking to enhance skills for your current job or gain a completely new skillset, our Cybersecurity, Networking, and Coding offerings can meet you where you are. You can also pair another IT diploma or certificate program with a completely different degree program. Speak to an advisor to make sure you’re choosing the option best for you.

Skills You’ll Learn

Our Cybersecurity, Networking, and Coding programs are focused on job-related skills in the following areas:

  • Communicating professionally and thinking critically
  • Analyze and solve problems, using algorithms to create computer programs and scripts, that support Information Technology systems
  • Mastering programming logic principles, identifying security risks, and selecting appropriate hardware and software applications
  • Understanding security principles including authentication, confidentiality, and access control to make systems less vulnerable to failures and attacks

Career Opportunities

There are many employment opportunities for Cybersecurity, Networking, and Coding graduates, including:

  • Cybersecurity programmer
  • Forensic computer analyst
  • Information security analyst

Learn more about Cybersecurity, Networking, and Coding program student outcome data

Contact Information

Career Programs
Advanced Manufacturing Center
New Bern Campus
252-638-7370

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