MCC-Blue River President, Dr. Jacqueline Gill, and Brian Hurley, the College’s cybersecurity program coordinator, were on hand during an evening ceremony in Miami to accept the honor. MCC’s cybersecurity program joins about 200 other U.S. colleges and universities with that top-tier designation, among them just 70 two-year colleges.
The Centers of Academic Excellence program is jointly sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the National Security Agency. The CAE designation goes to colleges with “robust degree programs and close alignment to specific cybersecurity-related knowledge units (KUs), validated by top subject matters in the field.” MCC’s designation runs through 2023.
To learn more about MCC’s new awarded cybersecurity designation, click on this link: MCC named National Center of Academic Excellence for cybersecurity program.
For more information about MCC’s cybersecurity program, contact Brian Hurley at 816.604.6659 or email@example.com.