Lake Superior College received a Center of Academic Excellence 2Y Designation from NSA and Department of Homeland Security. Thanks to all the people at our school who helped us with the documentation needed for this designation. This designation will help us to keep providing students with quality curriculum and to help our students obtain jobs.
We are almost ready to start the fall semester and we are really excited to be providing our new and improved Network Administration and Cybersecurity A.A.S degree. We have lots of motivated students and we are anxious to get to know all of you in the fall semester. If you have any technical difficulties you can email your instructor or the CIS student workers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are really excited to be offering students additional security classes so that they can receive an A.A.S. in Network Administration and Cybersecurity. The majority of freshman decided to change to this new planner before next year. Incoming freshman will all be using this planner. To make the transition easier, students who have completed one year already will have the opportunity to take CIS 1810 Network Administration: Security this summer. This course won’t be offered in summer in any other years. The new classes that have been added to the planner are the following:
- CIS 2811 Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems Fundamentals
- CIS 2812 Network Security Fundamentals
- CIS 2813 Network Forensics and Incident Response
- CIS 2814 Ethical Hacking and Systems Defense
It’s going to be a lot of fun for all of us, because we love cybersecurity!
Congratulations to the LSC Collegiate Cyber Defense team for winning the state championship for the second year in a row!!!!! The team includes:
Good news!!!! We’re almost to Winter Break!
Bad news…..we still have finals to finish.
If anyone needs help studying or knowing what to study, please email CISTech@lsc.edu and get some advice!! Or email your instructors and ask for help! We’re all here to make sure you succeed!
In honor of finals: