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Cybersecurity Specialist

Certificate
Tarrant County College
100% FULLY ONLINE
100% FULLY ONLINE
Average Program Length
1 year
Annual In-State Tuition (TX)
$3,402
Annual Out-of-State Tuition
$8,235
100% FULLY ONLINE
Average Program Length
1 year
Total Credits
27
Annual In-State Tuition (TX)
$3,402
Annual Out-of-State Tuition
$8,235
Earn your Cybersecurity Specialist degree online

As an online student you can expect the same level of instruction as campus learners. The coursework is equally challenging, and taught by the same college faculty who you can typically interact with by phone, text, email, or online chat.


The certificate or degree that you receive will be the exact same as those granted to campus learners and will not reflect that you obtained your education online.

Careers in Cybersecurity
A degree in cybersecurity gives students the business management and technical skills for a successful career in information security. Students will learn the fundamentals of networks security, IT law, and proactive strategies for ensuring data protection. Data breaches are a very expensive problem for all types of businesses and the “cybersecurity talent shortage” continues to be a problem according to Burning Glass Technologies job tracking data. Career options include security engineer, cloud security engineer, and security analyst.
Annual Tuition Breakdown
For Texas Residents
In-State Tuition
Cost per Credit
$126
Credits
27
Annual Tuition Total
$3,402
For Nonresidents
Out-of-State Tuition
Cost per Credit
$305
Credits
27
Annual Tuition Total
$8,235
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What is a certificate?

A certificate is a postsecondary credential granted in a specific field of study. Students typically complete certificate programs within six months to a year. Certificates validate one’s knowledge and skills when applying to jobs, and some credits may be used to transfer to degree programs at the same or another institution.

What do I need to be successful in earning my degree online?

A reliable internet connection and a personal computer.

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About This College
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Tarrant County College
Established in 1965, Tarrant County College (TCC) is a public community college in Tarrant County, Texas.
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Accreditation
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Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
Founded in 1895, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges is the U.S. Department of Education’s regional accreditor for postsecondary education institutions in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. Its headquarters are in Decatur, Georgia.