Joint Cyber Analysis Course
An accelerated pathway for airmen to earn a bachelor's degree
The College of Engineering and the 102nd Intelligence Wing have teamed up to offer an accelerated program toward earning your bachelor's degree (BS) through completion of the Joint Cyber Analysis Course (JCAC). JCAC’s curriculum and objectives provide transfer course equivalencies to either the Computer Engineering degree or Computer Science degree.
- Earn your BS degree from UMass Dartmouth, a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Research.
- Applicable transfer credit will be granted toward one of the two degree programs: Computer Engineering or Computer Science, each program has a concentration in cybersecurity.
- Degree requirements can be completed within 3 years of full-time study (or less time if you have additional transfer credits).
The Joint Cyber Analysis Course (JCAC) curriculum
Prospective airmen who choose to participate and meet the University's admissions standards will be granted 30 credits in transfer for the JCAC program. Please see the details of the Memorandum for Record.
Consult with an Engineering Student Support & Services (ES3) advisor early in the transfer process to discuss options, how credits will apply toward the chosen degree, academic residency requirements for the degree, and timeline to completion. You may also schedule an appointment or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.