Networking & Cybersecurity

Associate of Applied Science

Finger Lakes Community College

  • Designated As
    Signature Program
  • Delivery Mode
    100% Online
  • Total Credits
    64
  • Degree Level
    Associate of Applied Science
  • Contact Us
    800-342-3811

Earn your associate degree online

You will earn the same diploma as our on-campus students

Become a highly-marketable tech professional by earning your degree in Networking and Cybersecurity. In this program, you'll:

Acquire cutting-edge skills through an applied learning approach; each foundational course is taught in FLCC's state-of-the-art networking lab. 

Participate in many digital forensics activities, which include analyzing RAM, reconstructing a cyberattack and learning how to recover deleted data.

Engage in ethical hacking activities and participate in classroom competitions that are designed to teach you how to troubleshoot and resolve real-world problems.

Many sectors are now web- and mobile-based, and as a result, networks are becoming more vulnerable to hackers. Put your skills as a hands-on problem solver to great use in the constantly changing world of networking and cybersecurity.

This degree will provide the fundamental knowledge that employers search for in job candidates. You'll graduate from FLCC prepared to begin a tech career; there is a strong demand for cybersecurity professionals. According to CyberSeek, more than 300,000 jobs are available in this field across the United States, and opportunities exist for entry-level, mid-level and advanced level careers. Cybersecurity specialists, cybercrime analysts and IT auditors are among the entry-level career opportunities that await you. Mid-level opportunities include cybersecurity analyst, cybersecurity consultant, and penetration and vulnerability tester, among other positions. Advanced professions range from cybersecurity manager to cybersecurity architect.

What's an associate degree?
An associate degree usually takes two years of study and prepares students for employment or transfer to a bachelor’s program at a four-year university.

How do I enroll?

Follow these steps to start your application

  1. Go to the online application
  2. Create an account
  3. Complete the forms or save for later
  4. Pay the application fee (if applicable)
  5. Submit any supplemental materials, if required
  6. Send in your academic records
  7. Apply Now

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