Special introductory price
Dedicated project work
Graduate and get certified
Cybersecurity is an integral part of all digital interactions. It's a vast area with different roles and its own vocabulary. To enter this field, you need to learn the language.
Get an overview of cybersecurity
Explore common security certifications and roles within the industry.
Learn key concepts
Learn networking, security architecture, risk management, and common testing tools.
Get hands-on experience using cybersecurity testing tools in a lab environment.
Be able to pass the CompTIA Security+ sy0-501 certification exam
Have an understanding of the Cybersecurity industry, acronyms, definitions, and possible career paths
Learn about security architecture, software, and tools
Understand risk management and incident response
You'll join an engaged, global community and network with cybersecurity experts.
Run actual security tools against the network environment of a fictitious company, to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities
Each week, you get 30 min of 1-on-1 time with your personal mentor, a cybersecurity expert
Interact with classmates and alums in our private community. Attend weekly Office Hours for career advice.
With your weekly mentor call, you’ll get to
Discuss weekly project deliverables, industry topics, or career advice.
Your mentor will challenge your thinking and help you refine your thought process.
As an experienced cybersecurity specialist, your mentor is your bridge into this new career.
Clint has over 20 years' experience in Law Enforcement and Cybersecurity, including 11 years of training and education. Clint has been teaching Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics to graduate students since 2007. He has experience in various consulting and leadership roles within cybersecurity and currently leads Incident Response activities for large enterprise clients.
Clint earned a BS in Administration of Criminal Justice from Mountain State University; as well as a MBA in Information Assurance and MS in Information Technology from the University of Dallas.
The curriculum is split into 7 units, culminating in a capstone project.
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We’re not going to pretend that this course is easy. This is a serious commitment with real rewards.
The good news? We’ve helped thousands of students update their skills and switch careers into technology.
You commit to put in the hard work and time. We are committed to supporting you at every step and helping you succeed
Time to graduate depends on your weekly commitment. On average, you should complete this course in 3 months.
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Our courses are designed to be flexible and self-paced. The average time to completion for the Introduction to Cybersecurity course is three months. However, individual paces vary. If you don’t love the course after the first week, we offer a full refund. You’ll pay a $299 monthly subscription for each month you’re enrolled in the course. The fee covers:
1. All curriculum materials and resources used in the course.
2. Weekly 1-1 video calls with your personal mentor.
3. Access to an exclusive community of expert mentors and fellow students.
4. Weekly Office Hours hosted by industry professionals. 5. All taxes and fees.