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.
|Computer network architect||$48.08|
|Computer network support specialist||$34.83|
|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.