Linux I:
With Linux powering the majority of today’s devices and hardware, the Linux I course will provide an essential overview of Ubuntu and CentOS distributions to provide students with a basic knowledge of Linux GUI, command lines and tools, and management of file structures for greater competency within professional environments where talent in Linux proficiency is currently preferred by employers. 
Ethical Hacking I:
The Ethical Hacking I course approaches the fundamentals in network and cyber security by engaging students in a lab-based environment to effectively scan and test networks using basic concepts in penetration testing. Students within the course are immersed in realistic industry scenarios and apply cutting-edge tools in order to gain experience in thinking logically and analytically to uncover system vulnerabilities.