CISSP® is a registered trademark of (ISC)2® -SU CISSP Training classes are not endorsed or sponsored by (ISC)2® /CEH® CHFI® are EC Council registered trademarks SU CWNA / CWSP classes are not endorsed or sponsored by CWNP® /SU CIPP® Training classes are not endorsed or sponsored by IAPP® /R is a required E is an elective *Exams not included, Practica required CPoM designation “validation” after class completion. Practicals are mastery evidence to support the claim of knowing something.
SU Accelerated Qualified/ Registered Cyber Apprenticeship Program. 100% eligible for GI Bill. Earn 8 Cyber Certs/ 24 mo/ attend 8 weeks of hands-on classes/ Employer agreement and Apprenticeship agreement required for apprenticeship program. Advance your cyber career skills at SU. SU Testing (SUT) owns Q/ISP® ,, Q/IAP®, Q/WP®, Q/SSE® , Q/CND® Certificate Program of Mastery Exams/ SUT Q/ISP®, Q/IAP®, Q/WP®, Q/SSE®, Q/CND® Certification exams by TESTRAC are high stakes, on site, on-line, on-demand testing.
STUDENT ENTRANCE REQUIREMENT - an SU applicant must demonstrate sufficient knowledge of TCP/IP by work experience or TCP/IP utilized in employment. The President of Security University and/or any board member designated by the President shall determine whether or not a student has sufficient knowledge of TCP/IP in order to be admitted into Security University. The primary consideration in such review is whether or not a student has the necessary foundation to succeed in the coursework offered at Security University. All decisions made by the President or any board designated by the President are final. Exams are optional and not included in the course fee pricing. Any exams fee is a line item on the student’s course quote/ invoice and receipt are subject to change by the exam provider. SU is approved to offer GI Bill educational benefits by the Virginia State Approving Authority Agency.
SU’s 5 Qualified Cybersecurity Programs of Mastery are approved for Distance Education or Internet-based learning with substantive interaction between the students and instructor. DE is designed for adult learners who live at a distance from SU, who have work and personal responsibilities that preclude regularly attending a physical campus. SU adult learners are independent self-starters who thrive in an environment that provides a balance between flexibility and structure. DE does not modify course content. DE, or Internet Based learning, student contact hours are the same as in person instructor led 72 hour classes of lecture/labs as described in the catalog and website. SU DE sets high standards for academic quality, inspiring excellence in teaching, learning, and student outcomes. DE academic engagement: active participation by a student in an instructional activity related to the student's course of study that (1) Is defined by the institution in accordance with any applicable requirements of its State or accrediting agency; (2) Includes, but is not limited to (i) Attending a synchronous class, lecture, recitation, or field or laboratory activity, physically or online, where there is an opportunity for interaction between the instructor and students; (ii) Submitting an academic assignment; (iii) Taking an assessment or an exam; (iv) Participating in an interactive tutorial, webinar, or other interactive computer-assisted instruction; (v) Participating in a study group, group project, or an online discussion that is assigned by the institution; or (vi) Interacting with an instructor about academic matters.
Classes are M-F 7:45am – 6:30pm daily with quizzes. The Herndon VA location is open from 7am-6pm. There are no additional fees for books, registration, dropping a class, and returned check unless SU is accessed a bank fee. Student are required to attend class no less than 95% of class hours to make quantitative progress towards class completion. A "completer" receives a class participation certificate with CNSS stamp or other credentials from the school director. Classes are 72 hours. Students enrolling in a course need to have a sufficient background to be able to take the course. Refunds for Class fees/ Tuition and Cancellation - A prospective or current student may cancel their enrollment at any time and refunded 100% of their course fee less a 6% credit card processing fee within 40 days. A student may cancel and request a refund any time prior to the first class day and through the last day of class by email or phone call. More information located @ http://www.securityuniversity.net/for-students.php
Any student who attend a course under chapter 31 or 33 certificate of eligibility may attend from the beginning on the date the student provides a COE until the VA provides payment to the school or 90 days after the school certifies tuition and fees. Exam fees are line items and noted as included or not included in the class fee on each invoice and receipt “as noted above” No penalty’s late fees of denial of access to classes libraries or school facilities, or require the student borrow additional funds die to delayed payments to SU under chapter 31 or 33 unless the student is less than 100% covered.
SU’s NICE publication provides a fundamental reference in support of a workforce capable of meeting a student’s vocation objective and cybersecurity needs by using a common, consistent lexicon to describe cybersecurity work by category, specialty area, and work role using a superset of cybersecurity Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) and Tasks necessary for each cyber work role. SU supports the NICE Framework for cybersecurity education, training, workforce development, planning, and education.
"Students enrolling in a course need to have a sufficient background to be able to take the course." You should understand TCP/IP by demonstrating knowledge or 2 months experience to your SU advisor or SU President.The SU student entrance requirement standard is clear and transparent to ensure students have sufficient TCP/IP knowledge verified by 2 months of work experience using TCP/IP to attend SU. All students must be approved by a conversation with the school president who confirms the students work history or experience equates to requisite TCP/IP knowledge sufficient to attend SU. A resume can verify 2 months of work experience using TCP/IP. Student contact hours are Distance Learning and Distance Ed (DE) - A 72 hour SU accelerated class is taught using a hybrid model over 30-60 days using asynchronous distance education and live/in-person instruction. Class includes pre-class studies, labs, reading assignments and post class exam studies (12-18 hrs per week) and may use both face-to-face and online modalities with at least 30% DE but less than 100% of the contact hours are online. SU is located at 510 Spring Street, Herndon VA 20170 , 203-249-8364
SU Certificate Programs of Mastery (CPoM) - Q/ISP, Q/IAP, Q/WP, Q/SSE, Q/CND Designation programs are stacked credential courses for optimal cybersecurity education dominance to meet your cybersecurity professional and vocational cybersecurity objectives and earn industry recognized certificate credentials in cybersecurity. SU is MSA-CESS Accredited.
Each CPoM program includes multiple "72 hour class" of intense performance based hands-on labs and cyber skills that lead to high wage, in demand cybersecurity jobs and careers. The SU Q/ISP Certificate Programs of Mastery courses are now 72 or 144 hours per class with 3-5 weeks (12-18 hours) of pre or post class study using DE and 72 hours of face to face instruction.
In 2006 SU courses were NSA CNSS 4011, 4012, 4013A, 4015, 4016A (expired) Approved and have been maintained for the highest level of performance based education. All SU classes are instructor led 72 hours class format. (unless otherwise specified in syllabus)
SU Q/ISP, Q/IAP, Q/SEE, Q/WP Q/CND highly qualified "Certificates Program of Mastery" Designations include a Security+, CASP or CISSP industry recognized certifications + required core classes.
To earn a Qualified and Validated Q/ISP (Qualified/ Information Security Professional) Cybersecurity Certificate Program of Mastery CPoM Designation or Q/IAP Certificate Program of Mastery Designation, a student must pass all exams and complete the required practicals due after class to validate what you learned in class on your own - not independant study. Student's can challenge a SUT exam without attending a SU training class. Practicals are required for CPoM designationÂ¢s. eStudy resources are SU's online quizzes learning aid.
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Security University Testing (SUT) manages the Q/ISP® Exam and Q/EH®, Q/SA®, Q/FE®, & Q/ND® micro credential exams. SUT Q/ISP®, Q/IAP®, Q/WP®, Q/SSE®, Q/CND® CPoM exams and micro credential certification exams are provided by TESTRAC high-stakes testing on site.
CISSP® is a registered trademark of (ISC)2® SU CISSP Training classes are not endorsed or sponsored by (ISC)2® CEH® CHFI® are EC Council registered trademarks SU CWNA / CWSP Training classes are not endorsed or sponsored by CWNP®
ISC2, CompTIA, ISACA, EC- Council, or other Trademarks used on the class names are not endorsed by the trademark owner. They are used for descriptive purposes only as a trademark title trade name from that organization.
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