CUMBERLAND, Md. â€“ Allegany College of Maryland is launching new academic programs in cyber technology that will prepare graduates for careers in the growing cybersecurity industry.
ACM is this fall introducing associate-degree and certificate programs that will help employers fill job openings in this important information technology sector.
These new credit options, to be complemented by workforce development training through continuing education, are offered with support from the U.S. Department of Labor.
ACM is sharing in a nearly $15 million federal grant that is enabling it and other Maryland community colleges to establish Cyber Technology Pathways Across Maryland, or CPAM.
Together, the consortium will offer training and education that ...