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Cybersecurity Analyst Certificate


Cybersecurity Analyst Certificate

The purpose of this program is to prepare graduates with the basic understanding of processing, storing and securing of data and information in software, hardware and networks. With the growing threat of cyber-attacks or security breaches of organizational databases and network infrastructure, security graduates are expected to understand Information security beyond simple terminology and concepts. Students learn to securely configure and administer Windows and Linux servers, which are the common environments to protect and secure an organization's critical information assets and business systems.

Program Information

Program Highlights

In addition to being a freestanding certificate, the Support Technician Certificate program coursework may be selected as the information technology elective for other programs. If a student has completed a Sullivan University degree, which Includes the coursework of the Cybersecurity Certificate, the student may apply for the Certificate in Cybersecurity when completing the graduation application.

  • 24 credit hours total
  • 9 months normally to complete – Part Time Only Option – 8 Credit Hours per Quarter 
  • $420 per credit hour


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Length of Class

11 Week Quarters

  • Online or On Campus Classes Available (On Campus Night Classes Available)
    •  Asynchronous Online Courses Available – Classes completed through Blackboard. No specific class time, deadlines typically Wednesday and Sunday.
  • Program is only compatible with part time enrollment – 8 credit hours for three quarters – 8/8/8
  • Students will work in module-based courses for this program where each class will be taught for 5.5 weeks and only one at a time. 


The Cybersecurity Certificate focuses on teaching: 

  • Computer hardware and network fundamentals
  • Administrating Windows and Linux servers
  • Computer security fundamentals
  • Defensive technologies such as firewalls, intrusion detection and router security

Certifications that can be earned

  • CompTia A+
  • CompTia Network+
  • CompTia Linux+
  • CompTia Security+
  • Microsoft Certified Professional
  • *Microsoft certified System Administrator can be achieved with 2 additional classes (MNE210, and MNE211)

Next Steps After Interview  
Application, Unofficial Transcripts, FAFSA, KY Residency (if applicable) 


Total Credit Hours: 24



Credit Hours

MNE 108


MNE 109


MNE 111


CSC 111


MNE 203


MNE 213


Total Credit Hours: 24