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Indiana Wesleyan University Cybersecurity Bootcamp

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Indiana Wesleyan University Cybersecurity Bootcamp

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The Indiana Wesleyan University Cybersecurity Bootcamp offers a part-time 24-week Cybersecurity bootcamp, run entirely online, in partnership with College Gateway for America. The program incorporates more than 75 different hands-on immersive virtual lab exercises and focuses on concepts applicable to certifications such as the CompTIA Security+ and CySA+. Students will first learn architecture and design, integrated risk management (IRM), disaster recovery plans (DRP) / business continuity plans (BCP), and how they apply to prevention and threats. Lessons will also cover cryptography and public key infrastructure (PKI), encryption, and Windows security. Students can work on assignments anytime that is convenient for them. Instructors provide mentorship in real-time during office hours, support students in online class discussions, and provide written feedback on assignments to ensure a complete understanding of the material.  College Gateway for America courses are created by experienced leaders in the field.

The Indiana Wesleyan University Cybersecurity Bootcamp program is designed for working IT professionals who have an associate or bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Programming, Engineering, IT-Networking or Software Development or have 1 to 2 years of experience in an IT entry-level job. Because of this, admission is competitive and based on demonstrating the necessary qualifications. There is no interview required. Candidates, however, are asked to answer a series of questions that will indicate readiness for the program. Once accepted, a deposit is required to secure a position.

The Indiana Wesleyan University Cybersecurity Bootcamp in concert with College Gateway for America, will provide career planning support. Resources available include resume and portfolio reviews, interview training, social media profile advising, and an accountability partner in their job search. If alumni of the program plan to advance in their company, College Gateway for America can help craft their case for a promotion to present to their supervisor.

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        Start Date None scheduled
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        LocationOnline
        This is a part-time 24-week Cybersecurity bootcamp run entirely online. The program incorporates more than 75 different hands-on immersive virtual lab exercises and focuses on concepts applicable to certifications such as the CompTIA Security+ and CySA+. Students will first learn architecture and design, integrated risk management (IRM), disaster recovery plans (DRP) / business continuity plans (BCP), and how they apply to prevention and threats. Lessons will also cover cryptography and public key infrastructure (PKI), encryption, and Windows security. Students can work on assignments anytime that is convenient for them. Instructors provide mentorship in real-time during office hours, support students in online class discussions, and provide written feedback on assignments to ensure a complete understanding of the material.
        Financing
        Deposit1000
        Financing
        Several payment options are available including variable discounts for cash as well as third-party financing
        Tuition PlansThe tuition varies by college or university partner. Tuition includes all associated fees, books, virtual lab access and student support services.
        Getting in
        Minimum Skill LevelApplicants should be IT professionals who have an associate or bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Programming, Engineering, IT-Networking or Software Development or have 1 to 2 years of experience in an IT entry-level job
        Prep WorkPeople who don't have the pre-requisite skills can contact CGFA to find out about prep courses.
        Placement TestYes
        InterviewNo
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