Our dependence on the internet has resulted in the development of company networks and cloud computing. Those innovations have created huge demand in the Cyber Security and Computer Network Engineering market, and over the next 10 years, the demand for these positions is expected to rise between 15% to 37%.
As a Cyber Security and Computer Network Engineering student, you will learn to perform assessments and penetration testing; provide development and implementation of secure network solutions by architecting and engineering trusted systems into secure systems and manage audit/intrusion and security technology systems. You will also learn how to troubleshoot, identify unauthorized access, and offer solutions to an organization’s systems and networks related to cybersecurity.
Your on-campus lab experience and practicum in a real-world work setting will provide you solid skills in traditional computer networks, network security, cloud computing, and databases.
What You Will Learn
Your Future Looks Bright
A great future awaits you as Cyber Security and Computer Network Engineer in the federal, provincial, municipal, and private organizations: