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Associate in Applied Science - Information Technology
Bachelor of Applied Science - Cybersecurity
Bachelor of Applied Science - Information Systems and Technology
Certificate - Computer Forensics/Network Security
Building 18, Room 127A/B Suite
Instructors' offices 112 Suite
From the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT)
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.
The CREATE Center’s mission is academic education, though we partner with local industry to build a more secure infrastructure in the Eastern Washington region. A current list of opportunities and resources can be found below.
In addition to an engaging curriculum that reflects current industry challenges and situations in cybersecurity, Spokane Falls Community College has an Applied Technology Club. In fall 2018 and again in spring 2019 students took part in the National Cyber League, a collegiate cybersecurity competition. They also volunteered as "Security Ninjas" at Secure Spokane 2018 and are currently exploring functional applications for Raspberry Pi computers.
All students in our degree programs also are required to participate in student internships, a great opportunity to work in the industry as part of their academic studies.
Cyberwatch West is a center for cybersecurity education based out of Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, Wash. Spokane Falls Community College is a member school. They have a large resource pool for colleges and high schools.
National Cyberwatch Center consists of a group of higher education institutions, businesses, and government agencies focused on collaborative efforts to advance information security education and strengthen the national cybersecurity workforce.
The National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center’s mission is to reduce the risk of systemic cybersecurity and communications challenges in their role as the nation’s flagship cyber defense, incident response and operational integration center.
The Spokane STEM Network fills a niche in our community that no other organization fills by working to transform the way we think, learn, work, and live through STEM by enhancing STEM education opportunities for all youth in the region.
IT Career Finder helps individuals interested in information technology identify potential careers in the field.
Community Colleges of Spokane Corporate & Continuing Education offers a large range of certification preparation and vocational training that is not-for-credit. Popular programs include the Cisco Academy and CompTIA certification preparation.