If you're an active-duty servicemember in the U.S. Army stationed at Fort Gordon, you can take noncredit training courses for two popular cybersecurity and IT certifications right on base. University of Maryland Global Campus is offering courses to help prepare you for the following certifications:
Each noncredit training course is conducted over a period of 10 days for a total of 38 hours. The courses are taught by UMGC-approved trainers who have been certified by CompTIA to teach courses in Network+ and Security+. These courses are designed to give you the appropriate knowledge and skills necessary to help you transition to a civilian career in an in-demand field.
How to Apply
Servicemembers who want to enroll must receive prior approval from the Education Service Officer (ESO) on base. For more information, please reach out to Stacey Tate, State Military Operations' Eastern Region Director, by calling 240-684-2662. Each course is limited to 15 students.
Note: While the tuition rates below include course materials and fees, they do not include the cost of registration for the certification exam. Servicemembers who wish to register for an exam will have to apply to the Credentialing Assistance Program to request funding. They may also pay for the exam out of pocket, if so desired.