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Highline College BAS Cybersecurity and Forensics

Students completing the Associate of Applied Science degee in CIT - Network Support and Security at Great Falls College MSU can transfer 62 semester credits to complete the Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Cybersecurity and Forensics from Highline College.

Great Falls College CIT Network Support and Security to Highline College BAS in Cybersecurity and Forensics

Complete These Courses At
Great Falls College

(see catalog)

Course Name Course Number Credits
PREREQUISITE REQUIREMENTS include having coursework or equivalent in:

Introduction to Digital Forensics

CIS 155

FIRST YEAR

Fall
Computer Fluency + CSCI 105 3
Fundamentals of Voice and Data Cabling + ITS 125 3
Contemporary Mathematics **,+ M 105 3
CCNA1: Introduction to Networks *,+ NTS 104 3
CCNA2: Routing and Switching *,+ NTS 105 3
CREDITS 15
Spring
Network Operating System - Desktop *,+ ITS 210 3
CCNA 3: Enterprise Networking Security and Automation *,+ NTS 206 3
Computer Repair and Maintenance *,+ ITS 280 4
Introduction to Interpersonal Communication + COMX 115 3
Technical Elective *** 3
CREDITS 16
SECOND YEAR
Fall
Network Operating Systems - Directory/Infrastructure *,+ ITS 215 4
CCNA Security *,+ ITS 256 3
CCNP Enterprise: Core Networking 1 *,+ ITS 265 4
CCNP Enterprise: Core Networking 2 *,+ ITS 267 4
CREDITS 15
Spring
Introduction to Linux *,+ ITS 224 4
Ethical Hacking and Network Defense *,+ ITS 274 3
Technical Elective *** 3
Select one of the following:
Internship *,+ ITS 298 3
OR
Capstone *,+ ITS 299 3
Select one of the following:
College Writing I **,+ WRIT 101 3
OR
Intro to Technical Writing **,+ WRIT 121 3
CREDITS 16
TOTAL CREDITS 62
Total Program Credits: 62
* Indicates prerequisites needed.
** Placement in course(s) is determined by placement assessment.
*** Technical electives must be approved by program director.

The AAS degree has a General Studies component and a total of 15 credits that comprise the AAS 62-64 credits of CIT-Network Support and Security and 15 credits of General Studies will apply toward completion of BAS in Cybersecurity and Forensics. Additional units may be transferred in at the discretion of HC Computer Information Systems (CIS). In all cases, transfer students must follow HC's General Studies and Graduation requirements when completing these components of the program at NIC. Additional credit hours taken at Great Falls College are recognized as important, but do not count toward upper division credits required by the BAS program. T

Complete the required courses at Highline College

(see Highline College catalog)

Great Falls College Contact

Advising and Career Center
Phone: 406.771.5100
Email: advising@gfcmsu.edu

Highline College Contact

Advising Center
Phone: 206.592.3584
Email: advising@highline.edu

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