Network Security and Computer Forensics

Programming on a computer to represent the Network Security and Computer Forensics degree at Central Maine Community College

Working with state-of-the-art networks and hardware, students in the Network Security and Computer Forensics degree gain a strong background and skills in computer technology and networks. The program focusing on securing, testing, and analyzing information as it is stored, manipulated, and communicated across networks.

The Network Security and Computer Forensics Associate in Applied Science is designed to prepare students to address the ever-increasing needs of businesses in the area of technology security. Students in this program can choose to transfer to a baccalaureate degree program or go directly into the workforce. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for a multitude of industry-standard certifications, for which many of the exams can be taken on campus.

GRADUATES MAY PURSUE CAREERS AS:

  • Network security officers
  • Network security analysts
  • Network administrators
  • Forensic analysts
  • Computer managers
  • PC repair technicians

All students enrolled in the CNS A.A.S. degree will be subject to a criminal background check. A criminal conviction will not automatically prevent a person from being accepted into the program.


Alignment of program learning outcomes to courses in the program.

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