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Grade: 11-12

Credits: 1.5 units
Dual Credit: UCM NET 1060, CYBER 1500 (6 credits available to eligible students)

PREREQUISITE: GPA: 2.5 cumulative or higher; Attendance: 90% or higher; Math: Algebra I, B- or higher; Reading/Writing:
10th grade level; Other requirement: Keyboarding, minimum 30 WPM; and a fully functional laptop or desktop system (i.e. not a
Chromebook or Mac).
Recommended: One of the following courses: PLTW Computer Science Essentials OR PLTW Computer Science Principles OR
Computer Hardware and Operating Systems I (offered in a traditional format or through R7 Online)

Take your first steps in your career in software development! Development, Security, and Operations (DevSecOps) is a deep
dive into the foundations of network operations by using the lens of security to tie it all together. Hands-on and simulation-based
activities in this course assist with implementing network operations with software development and cyber security concepts.
Students will see how culture, automation, and platform design integrates security as a shared responsibility throughout the
entire IT lifecycle. In this course, you will learn about the OSI Model and how that model allows IT to function across Software
Development, CyberSecurity and Network Operations. Specifically, you will learn the principles and structure of IP addressing,
LAN and WAN specifications, and network management. This course encompasses 2 additional college classes (6 college
credits) in order to prepare the student for the CompTIA IT Fundamentals+ Certification Exam. Learn information the tech
industry needs for high-demand, high-wage tech careers. Students interested in the MIC CyberSecurity early bachelor degree
program must enroll in this course and Advanced Network and Cyber Concepts.