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Developing and sustaining information assurance: the role of community colleges. Part 2

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Sheoran, P. ; Mesa Community Coll., AZ ; Friesen, O. ; de Belon, B.J.H.

Facing high demand in both the public and private sectors for qualified information-security specialists, Arizona's Mesa Community College (MCC) and Connecticut's Norwalk Community College (NCC) were among the first to develop degree programs at the community-college level. This follow-up article examines the steps the two schools took in creating their programs

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Security & Privacy, IEEE  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

May-June 2006

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