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Computer science, information systems and cybersecurity all focus on managing and protecting computer operating systems in an ever-evolving technological landscape.

Spokane Falls Community College offers multiple degree pathways in information systems and cybersecurity. These include a technical Associate of Applied Science degree in information systems, certificate programs that will help you get ready for a career in computer forensics and cybersecurity, and Bachelor of Applied Science degrees in information systems and cybersecurity.

Certified as a National Center of Academic Excellence

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In October 2019 the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security designated Spokane Falls Community College as a National Center for Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education through academic year 2024. This official designation recognizes SFCC's cyber defense programs as meeting and exceeding program criteria aimed at serving the nation in contributing to the protection of the National Information Infrastructure.

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Computer Science

A man standing in front a computer server, smiling at the camera.Computers touch just about every field of human en devour. A computer science degree can open doors to several well–paying careers, including software developer, computer engineer, web developer, and information security analyst.

Associates in Computer Science – Direct Transfer Agreement/Major Related Program (DTA/MRP)

Information Technology and Cybersecurity

A man standing in front a computer server, smiling at the camera.Learn the basics of technology used in business, with hands-on courses covering topics such as networking, computer support, cybersecurity, enterprise servers and applications.


A person using a phone.The Cybersecurity Resource, Education Advancement & Technology (CREATE) Center provides information and services to all community members and organizations in the greater Spokane area in service of addressing a cybersecurity skills shortage in the workforce.

Spokane Cyber Intern Program

A person using a phone.The Spokane Cyber Intern Program (SCIP) is a partnership between regional employers and students in the Computer Science, Information Systems and Cybersecurity programs at Spokane Falls Community College