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Carroll’s Associate of Applied Science Degree in Cybersecurity and Credit Certificate in Network Security will prepare you for success in cybersecurity, computer network security and administration, and related fields.
$90,120: the median annual wage of an Information Security Analyst. ( Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor)
The program provides a well-rounded base of knowledge and skills including computer networking and network security, network analysis, systems hardening, penetration testing, forensics, scripting, and technical writing and documentation. The program incorporates a combination of classroom instruction, industry certification preparation and internship opportunities to provide an effective career preparation experience. Upon successful completion of this program, students will be prepared to sit for the following industry certifications exams: CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, CompTIA Linux+, Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT), EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), among others.
The Network Security certificate program prepares students for a career in computer network security and administration, computer repair and support, or related field. The program provides a well-rounded base of knowledge and skills including computer networking and network security, network analysis, computer repair and support, and operating systems. The program incorporates a combination of classroom instruction, industry certification preparation and internship opportunities to provide an effective career preparation experience. Upon successful completion of this program, students will be prepared to sit for the following industry certifications exams: CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+, Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT), and Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), among others.
Matt Day, MBA, BS – Computer Information Science, CompTIA A+, CCENTDirector of Cyber TechnologyAs the Cybersecurity program’s director, Matt is responsible for the implementation and administration of the program. He has twenty years of experience in network administration, systems support and technology training, and holds a master’s degree in Business Administration and a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Science, as well as CompTIA A+ and Cisco CCENT certifications. Matt instructs CYBR-151, Networking 1, CYBR-152, Networking 2, and CYBR-191, Cybersecurity Capstone.
Office: Room M*257 Contact: email@example.com or 410-386-8022
Marlene Titus, JDCyber Technology Navigator
As the Cybersecurity program’s navigator, Marlene works with employers to locate internship and career opportunities for the program’s students. A former attorney, Marlene has served on numerous boards in the community, including the Carroll Technology Council, Carroll Lutheran Village, Taneytown Chamber of Commerce and Carroll County Public Schools Education Foundation.
Office: Room M*257Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-386-8554
Bobby Keller, CompTIA A+, Network+, OSFCECyber Technology Coordinator
As the Cybersecurity program’s coordinator, Bobby oversees all technology implementation in the cybersecurity labs. He has over twenty-five years of systems administration and hardware/software integration experience. A former police detective and trained forensics investigator, Bobby holds CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications. He instructs CYBR-106, Computer Repair and Support 1, CYBR-107, Computer Repair and Support 2, CYBR -121, Network Essentials, CYBR-181, Installing & Configuring Windows Server, and CYBR-201, Digital Forensics.
Office: Room M*257Contact: email@example.com or 410-386-8215.
Ron Abigill, BS - Computer Information Systems, Master's Certificate - Oracle 9i, CISSP, CompTIA Security+Adjunct InstructorRon is a systems engineer with over ten years of experience in systems engineering and systems security, working on current projects related to DoD enterprise-level software application security. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems and a Master’s Certificate in Oracle, as well as CISSP and CompTIA Security+ certifications. Ron instructs CYBR-122, Network Security.
Rob Densock, MS - Computer Science, BS - Computer Science, CCNAAdjunct Instructor
Rob is a network manager with over 25 years of experience in network design and network operations support. He holds a master's degree in Computer Science with a concentration in telecommunications and a bachelor's degree in Computer Science as well as a Cisco CCNA certification. Rob instructs CYBR-151, Networking 1 and CYBR -152, Networking 2.
John Fenner, MS - Information Technology, CISSP, ISSEP, CCNA, CompTIA Security+Adjunct Instructor
John is a senior systems engineer with over twenty years of experience in systems engineering and fifteen years of experience in information assurance. He holds a master’s degree in Information Technology from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree from the United States Naval Academy, as well as CISSP, ISSEP, CCNA and CompTIA Security+ certifications. John instructs CYBR-122, Network Security.
Jack Lounsbury, MS – Network Security, BS - Internetworking, CompTIA A+Adjunct Instructor
Jack is a telecommunications engineer with over seventeen years of experience in the telecommunications industry. He holds a master’s degree in Network Security and a bachelor’s degree in Internetworking. Jack instructs CYBR-106, Computer Repair and Support 1 and CYBR-107, Computer Repair and Support 2.
Bill MacCormack, MS – Information Assurance, OSCP, CISSP, GSE, CompTIA Network+ Security+, Linux+Adjunct Instructor
Bill is a cybersecurity engineer and penetration tester with over ten years of experience in the information technology and cybersecurity fields. He holds a master's degree in Information Assurance, as well as OSCP, CISSP, GSE, and CompTIA Network+, Security+ and Linux+ certifications. Bill instructs CYBR-241, Network Intrusion Detection and Penetration Testing.
Paul Whitney, MS – Cybersecurity, BS – Computer Studies, CompTIA Security+, RHCSA, CISSPAdjunct Instructor
Paul is a systems engineer with over 26 years of experience in UNIX/Linux systems administration. He holds a master’s degree in Cybersecurity and a bachelor’s degree in Computer Studies as well as CompTIA Security+, Red Hat Certified System Administrator, and CISSP certifications. Paul instructs CYBR-182, Linux Systems Administration.
Ronald Wilson, CompTIA A+, Network+Adjunct Instructor
Ronald is an intelligence specialist with over ten years of experience in the United States Navy performing cryptology and intelligence gathering. He holds CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications. Ronald instructs CYBR-106, Computer Repair and Support 1, CYBR-107, Computer Repair and Support 2 and CYBR -121, Network Essentials.
“When I’m looking for the
strongest, best prepared IT and cyber candidates, students from Carroll
Community College’s Cybersecurity program are among the top applicants. We have interviewed and hired students from
the program and their education and hands-on training experience are
impressive. We look forward to continuing our partnership with the college and Carroll’s
Cyber Technology Navigator, Marlene Titus.”
Linda Harley, RecruiterKoniag Government
“Many of our job seekers have
chosen Carroll Community College as their choice for Cybersecurity
training. We are pleased with the
quality of skills training they receive to be competitive in this high demand
Denise Rickell, ManagerBusiness
and Employment Resource Center
“We have found the candidates from Carroll Community College’s Cybersecurity program have not only the knowledge, but the hands-on training experience necessary to make it as dynamic members of our team! We look forward to continuing our partnership with the college and Marlene Titus (Cyber Technology Navigator).”
Emily Cosgrove, Technical Support Manager CompuGroup Medical US
“Carroll Community College is providing the type of
cybersecurity training that is essential when working in the real world. While
working with the students we have been impressed with their level of knowledge
and confidence. We trust the college’s recommendations for our internship
program and it’s very evident after only a short period of time that these
students are ready for the workforce.”
Zach Tomlin, CEOTomlin Technology, Inc.
"The hands on-experience and
teaching helps students learn the material, and gives them confidence when
sitting for the certification exams. The instructors are extremely
helpful to students and share their personal and business experience in the IT
field. Mrs. Titus, the program navigator, is very involved with helping
students by having local businesses come talk to students, and helping students
gain employment while attending school."
Dan Hooper, Student
“The Cybersecurity program has
been fantastic. All of the instructors have prior experience in the field,
which they incorporate into their class lessons. Because of the career
fairs and employer visits that Marlene (the Cyber Technology Navigator)
arranges, I have already been offered jobs within the first year.”
Cole Lockhart, Student
a student entering a new career path, the Cybersecurity program here at
Carroll is exceptional. I chose this program because of the staff and
the cybersecurity lab. There are some things you can learn from
a book, but the added hands-on classwork in the
lab is going to be a big plus when I step back out into the
“The Cyber Security program at Carroll has helped me
pursue my passion for IT. Between in depth hands on training and knowledgeable
instructors, you can't lose.”
Pat Rickell, Student
Carroll Community College’s Cybersecurity program is unique
in that students in the program benefit from a full-time Cyber Technology
Navigator. The Navigator combines
college and career advising (exclusively for Cybersecurity students) with
outreach to employers and businesses. Specifically, the Navigator is responsible for:
This program is part of Cyber-Technology Pathways across Maryland (CPAM), a state-wide consortium that includes 14 of Maryland's 16 community colleges and more than 40 businesses, professional organizations and workforce system partners. Funded by a Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant awarded from the U.S. Department of Labor, CPAM is designed to facilitate the creation of career pathways, from basic education through college, leading to Cyber-Technology related jobs within Maryland.
This workforce product was funded by grant #TC-26466-14-60-A-24, awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The product was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The U.S. Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership.