WCC offers applied baccalaureate degree in IT networking - cybersecurity

Whatcom Community College's new bachelor of applied science (BAS) degree in IT networking – cybersecurity addresses the growing employment gap for qualified IT networking and cybersecurity personnel with enhanced skills in cloud computing, industrial control systems (SCADA), mobile technologies, and web development. The degree is the only one of its kind in the northwest corner of the state and further confirms Whatcom's stature as a regional and national leader in computer information systems and cybersecurity education. 

Classes are conveniently offered evenings and weekends. Beginning fall 2018, the degree will also be available fully online (open to residents of eligible states).

Applications to this selective entry program are being accepted now. Apply today!

 

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