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  • LOCATED AT COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS: 

    A  share time program focused on developing a skilled cybersecurity and information protection workforce. This program is run by a partnership between Morris County Vocational School District and County College of Morris. Students will take IT and Cybersecurity courses at CCM’s award-winning Cybersecurity Center. Students earn college credit while acquiring skills and certifications in a high demand career area.

    Morris County high school students in 10th grade may apply for their 11th and 12th grade year. 

     

     

Teacher

 Prof. Dawn Rywalt

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Degrees and Certifications:

Prof. Dawn Rywalt

Overview of Program


  • Students attend the following  session: 

    Morning Session 8:00- 10:40am


    Students earn:

    • 20 Career and Technical Education credits per school year
    • Up to 39 college credits
    • Comptia A+, Information Security Certificate of Achievement, plus other industry certification

    Unique Features:

    • Access to CCM’s Cybersecurity Center of Excellence
    • Participate in Cyber  Patriot and Ethical Hacking Competitions
    • Strong private and public-sector program partners who offer work-based learning experiences

     

    Junior Year:

    FALL

    Credits

    Introduction to Information Technology

    3

    Computer Science I

    3

    Operating Systems & Utilities

    3

    Winterim

    Credits

    Foundations of Information Security

    3

    SPRING

    Credits

    Computers and Data Networks

    3

    Internet & Web Page Design

    3

    Visual Basic

    3

    Total Credits Year 1

    21

     

    Senior Year: 

    FALL

    Credits

    Introduction to UNIX

    3

    Network Security

    3

    Routing 1

    3

    SPRING

    Credits

    Information Security Management

    3

    Software Engineering

    3

    Ethical Hacking & System Defense

    3

    Total Credits Year 2

    18