The field of cybersecurity is still evolving right along with technology, generating jobs at a much faster pace than the national average. In fact, information security jobs are projected to grow by 40 percent or more over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Lorain County Community College has unveiled an exciting new associate of applied science degree in cyber and information security that begins in fall semester. The degree is offered by the division of engineering, business and information technologies and prepares students for employment in a variety of careers in cyber security with roles such as network security specialist, information security technician and cybersecurity specialist.
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