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Graduates of the BAS in IT networking - cybersecurity program are poised to enter the workforce in a variety of high demand, high wage positions – locally, regionally, or nationally. While not a guarantee, opportunities for advancement and higher wages generally increase with higher levels of education.

 Occupation  Average wage*
 Computer network architect  $48.08
 Computer network support specialist  $34.83
 Database administrator  $48.11
 Information security analyst  $49.85
 Network and computer systems administrator  $43.56

*Average wages for Washington state; entry-level and local wages will vary. Source: WA State Employment Security Department, August 2017.

Note: While not a requirement of the IT networking - cybersecurity program, students should be aware there are special employment conditions in this career field that may include criminal background checks.

 NCYTE Cisco Networking AcademyU.S. Department of Homeland SecurityNational Security Agency - United States of AmericaCW - CyberWatchPalo Alto Networks Cybersecurity Academy