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GWU and CCC form a new path for students studying cybersecurity | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #ransomware | #hacking | #aihp

Officials at Cleveland Community College and Gardner-Webb University recently signed an agreement to establish a transfer process between the schools’ cybersecurity programs. 

CCC students who earn an associate in applied science in information technology–cybersecurity will have direct entry into Gardner-Webb’s online undergraduate degree completion program to pursue a bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity. 

“Any time we do something with our partners at Cleveland Community College to enhance students’ progress toward their academic and career goals, it’s a win,” said Gardner-Webb President Dr. William M. Downs. “All the evidence points toward the increasing value of a bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity, and this new direct entry bridge from CCC to GWU will expand opportunities for students and jobseekers in our region.” 

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