Why Rose State College Cyber Security?
“Cyber security” prevents hackers, spies, thieves or other unauthorized users from breaking into computer systems and networks. Rose State College is the *only* two-year program in the country where you can gain all six levels of federal cyber security certification. You can find a high-tech, well-paying job within two years or even go on to advanced degrees with greater rewards. Enroll in Rose State College’s Cyber Security program and join the ranks of cyber-warriors in the FBI, CIA, the Pentagon or private business.
What you will learn
The networking option focuses on operating systems, networking, local area networks, and security principles. The cyber security emphasis also includes an understanding of wireless, biometrics, and remote access technologies along with forensic investigation methods. Students are prepared to pass industry certification exams. A background check is required for cyber security majors. Program requires admission to Rose State College and an interview with a Networking Cyber/Security faculty member. Paid internships are available.
Why cybersecurity is a great career field
Businessweek: “In less than two years, more than 93 million Americans have had their personal information lost, stolen, or otherwise compromised… the average identity theft victim spends $834 and 77 hours just clearing his name.”
Washington Post: "We need people who can keep cyber enemies from infiltrating the many operating systems that are now out there…This is as great a threat as nuclear warfare when it comes to ensuring our national security.”
"The fact that you have all (six levels of federal certification) shows that you have a faculty that understands and can impart that information to the students and get them prepared to go out and make a difference. This is a phenomenal achievement.” ---Richard George, technical director, Information Assurance Directorate, National Security Agency (NSA) in Fort Meade, Md.
- Selected as a “National Site of Excellence” by the National Security Agency.
- Chosen by the National Science Foundation for cyber security training.
- Honored by the State of Oklahoma for its national prominence in cyber security.
The National Science Foundation provides scholarships, which may include books and other educational materials, to qualified applicants. Applicants must have the grades necessary to qualify and must have a strong commitment to the program. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 405-733-7977.
“I'm starting my PhD program this fall. Rose opened the door for me.” -- Chad, cyber security graduate, analyst for the Department of Defense.
“We have many students who go to work for the CIA, the FBI, the NSA and the Department of Defense…one of our students who went to work there changed how they were doing things and patented it. That's the kind of student who comes from Rose State.” –Program director Ken Dewey.