Duration

3 Years

2400 Hours

Delivery

Instructor-Led

Self-Paced

Cost

Domestic: $42,000

International: $64,000

Estimated Book Costs: Included

Program Description

Operating System Concepts, Introductory Computer Forensics, and Network Protocols

The need for cybersecurity expertise will only increase as the technology industry continues to evolve and expand. Working professionals and recent graduates can advance their career goals by building on their previous education and experience with a Cybersecurity Post-Diploma Certificate. By focusing on operating system concepts, introductory computer forensics and network protocols, this program will prepare learners to design and implement secure computation solutions. In addition, graduates will enhance their business acumen with stronger communication, technical and problem-solving skills.

This in-demand industry is experiencing a shortage, opening the door to a range of exciting career opportunities

Job Opportunities Include

  • Cybersecurity analyst
  • Data security analyst
  • Cyberdefense solutions sales specialist
  • Cloud portfolio architect
  • IT security specialist
  • Information security analyst
  • Security analyst
  • IT security architect
  • Network technician
  • Quality assurance

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Standard Admissions: 

  • High School Diploma Alberta / Non-Alberta Equivalent / GED 
  • Interview with Program Coordinator 

Mature Admissions: 

  • Minimum age of 18 for mature students. 
  • One year out of school. 
  • Completion of Peerless College’s standard entrance exam (English and Mathematics) with an average of 60%. 

    International Student Admissions: 
  • Verification of transcripts of the high school diploma outside of Canada for eligibility. 
  • Eligibility criteria for English Language proficiency: CLB (with a score of 6) and IELTS (with a score of 5.5)

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