Augusta Technical College will soon have a new home—as will Augusta University and some private sector companies—as the Georgia Cyber Center will open its doors July 10th, ushering in both a culmination and the beginning of something big.
While the July 10th opening could best be described as “soft,” Augusta Tech President Terry Elam told a touring group that he expects 45 different classes to be taught at the facility beginning in January.
Per the Augusta Chronicle, “Elam is expecting to grow to over 600 students annually from about 425 right now.”
The need for cyber security professionals in the private sector and in government has become obvious, and Augusta Tech is doing its part to train that future workforce. Click here to see which cyber security programs are offered by Augusta Tech at the Georgia Cyber Center.