As technology becomes more and more deeply integrated into our professional and personal lives, we’re increasingly vulnerable to cyberattack. Now, more than ever, we need a workforce capable of foiling cyber threats from around the world.
Indiana is uniquely poised to confront this challenge. Founded through a partnership between military, business and higher education leaders, the Muscatatuck Cyber Academy immerses students in the nation’s most realistic cyber-physical training environment.
The Muscatatuck Cyber Academy is a joint operation, launched by the Indiana adjutant general’s office, National Center for Complex Operations, Inc., and Ivy Tech Community College. The program’s inaugural class begins August 2018. Indiana residents and current military personnel are eligible to sign up for the program. Certain individuals may qualify for financial assistance through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs or through state and federal aid.
Muscatatuck Cyber Academy students can:
LUNCH & DINNER – AUGUST & SEPT:
LUNCH & DINNER – SEMIANNUAL PAYMENT:
LUNCH AND DINNER – ANNUAL PAYMENT:
LUNCH ONLY – MONTHLY: