Business, scientific and educational communities require a work force that is computer literate. AACC produces graduates competent in their area of discipline, particularly in the areas of problem solving, technical competency and software development, and see this discipline result in productive career entry and career transition work. The main educational goal is to prepare students for job entry, technical certification or transfer.
The Computer Technologies Division at AACC includes all educational and certificates programs within the following departments:
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New FBI Task Force to Defeat Cyber Criminals - May 6th, 2016, The International Cyber Crime Coordination Cell (IC4) pools the resources of major cyber crime investigators from the U.S., Australia, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Listen as Unit Chief Steven Kelly discusses why efforts to combat cyber crime require an international team approach.
Department of Homeland Security Director Renee Forney Speaks at AACC - April 12th, 2016
Job Openings are Growing in Cyber Security-- http://www.networkworld.com/article/2188242/malware-cybercrime/hottest-it-skill--cybersecurity.html
Fort Meade Technical Job Fair -- Wednesday, 23 March 2016, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Club Meade, 6600 Mapes Road, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland. Open to all job seekers! Meet employers! Bring resumes! Dress for success!
AACC Innovates with First Official Cisco IoE Hackathon -- 11.22.2015 -- Judges came from around the country joined by other professionals in industry and academia to support 3 days of team competition surrounding the problems of simplifying everyday life with technology.
AACC Student Places 4th at 2015 US Cyber Challenge at Virginia Tech -- 06.26.2015 -- AACC Security Forensic student invited to the 6th annual US Cyber Challenge, participating in 4 days of SANS specialized training and team-based capture the flag competition.