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R is a required class to earn the Certificate Program of Mastery which is a certificate not a degree
O is optional course, may be used in place of a required course with approval from School Director
* denotes Practical for Certificate Program of Mastery CPoM designation “validation” after class completion.
STUDENT ENTRANCE REQUIREMENT - In order to be admitted as a student at Security University, a student must demonstrate sufficient knowledge of the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). TCP/IP is the language a computer uses to access the Internet. It consists of a suite of protocols designed to establish a network of networks to provide a host with access to the Internet. TCP/IP defines the details of how data is sent and received through network adapters, hubs, switches, routers and other network communications hardware.
Sufficient knowledge of TCP/IP is essential and fundamental for a prospective student to understand and address the coursework at Security University. An applicant to Security University can demonstrate sufficient knowledge of TCP/IP in a variety of ways. Most students provide evidence of work experience where the prospective student has been exposed to and/or utilized TCP/IP in his or her employment. While there is no exact amount of time period of employment with TCP/IP required, the length of employment and the nature of employment are the two primary factors that will be considered (along with any other relevant factors) when determining whether or not sufficient work experience will qualify a student as having sufficient knowledge of TCP/IP. Prospective students may submit other evidence of sufficient knowledge of TCP/IP, including, but not limited to, personal experiences, other coursework and or other circumstances where the prospective student can submit evidence of sufficient knowledge of TCP/IP for consideration for entry into Security University.
The President of Security University and/or any board 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 and prospective students must provide accurate and complete evidence of TCP/IP for such review. All decisions made by the President or any board designated by the President are final.
"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 1 year of experience to your SU advisor or SU President.
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 "5 day class" that each run 1 week, 5 days of intense performance based hands-on labs and cyber skills that lead to high wage, in demand cybersecurity jobs and careers.
In 2006 SU courses were NSA CNSS 4011, 4012, 4013A, 4015, 4016A (expired) Approved. All SU classes are instructor led 5 day 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®
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