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The Master of Education, Higher Education program is designed for candidates with an interest in working in administrative positions in institutions of higher education, civic organizations, non-profit organizations, national government organizations, or the social sector. Program coursework provides students with a strong grounding in leadership / management / organizational development with particular attention to the higher education context.
Addressing the growing demand for higher education professionals, the curriculum emphasizes theory, research methods and data analysis, as well as substantive knowledge and skills development in organizational leadership, particularly as it pertains to higher education. Delivered in a convenient online format the M.Ed. Higher Education provides students with a well- rounded foundation in higher education administration, and the ability to personalize the curriculum to meet their needs through elective courses and project / internship experiences.
The M.Ed. Higher Education program is 45 credit hour program that consists of 10 core courses, two electives courses, an Internship or Capstone Project, and Master’s examination. The M.Ed. Higher Education program is offered fully online.
The M.Ed. Higher Education faculty is comprised of professors from multiple fields; several professors currently work in higher education administration and can provide first-hand experience education.
The M.Ed Higher Education Program welcomes graduate candidates interested in working in higher education and similar fields.
In the pursuit of the M.Ed. Higher Education degree, students complete coursework, work on their internship/project, and prepare for graduation.
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BAS Network Administration & Security – Information Technology Programs at Green River College #green
Network Administration and Security
Earn a great living wage in a high demand field. Make a difference in your community. Reach your potential –
Get your Bachelor’s in Network Administration Security at Green River College!
- Earn a degree designed around the skills and certifications employers want.
- Hands on, applied learning with the latest technologies.
- Small class sizes and dedicated faculty who care about your success.
- Day and evening classes available with full- or part-time scheduling.
- Individualized, wrap-around support services, including career preparation.
Start your journey towards an exciting, rewarding career by contacting an advisor today!
Incoming students must have earned associate s degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution that includes 20 credits of general education courses. Students who do not have an associate s degree or higher but have completed some college coursework or have prior work experience are encouraged to meet with an advisor in the Information Technology department to develop an education plan for entry into the program.
A cumulative GPA of 2.0 from all college coursework is required. Students must also have earned a minimum grade of 2.5 in all technical courses including those in Computer Science and Information Technology. Lastly, the following courses, equivalent experience or certifications are strongly recommended before entering this program:
- IT 102 Introduction to Programming
- IT 114 CompTIA A+ Certification Preparation
- IT 131 Networking Fundamentals
- IT 160 Windows Server Administration I
- IT 190 Linux Administration I
- IT 210 Introduction to Routing and Switching
- IT 240 Windows Server Administration II
- Network Security
- Virtualization and
- General Education course
Meet the Team
Sheila Capps, Program Manager
Sheila Capps has happily worked in the fields of education and technology for her entire career. The common denominator among all of her jobs is that they have been student-focused, and her overarching goal is to support and foster student success. As Program Manager, Sheila engages new students, advises and provides wrap-around support services to current students, and mentors and cheers students on to graduation. Sheila’s certifications include Certified ScrumMaster (CSM).
Alan Carter, Faculty, Program Director
Alan taught Microsoft, Novell, and custom courseware throughout the United States for 15 years before joining the faculty at Green River College and teaching information technology courses for the past 10 years. He has also installed and supported complex networks while working as staff for regional and national value added resellers. In addition, Alan published several bestselling technical books, including Windows NT 4.0 MCSE Study Guide (IDG Books Worldwide, 1998) and Windows 2000 MCSE Study System (IDG Books Worldwide, 2000). Alan’s certifications include Cisco CCNA, CompTIA A+, Network+ and Security+.
Tim Mason, Faculty
Tim has taught Microsoft, Unix, Linux and programming courses for the past 15 years and now teaches full-time at Green River College. He has served as Founder and COO of mystorage.net, a predecessor to current cloud storage providers, as a Chief Information Security Officer for an international cryptographic provider, and as a Chief Cryptologist for the Department of Defense. Tim’s certifications include Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), OSSTMM Professional Security Tester Accredited Certification (OPST), CompTIA Security+, and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITILv3).
Krish Mahadevan, Faculty
Krish currently teaches server and client technologies in Windows and Linux. He has an extensive background in electrical and automotive systems engineering, having worked at Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Mich igan, and at Cummins Incorporated in Charleston, South Carolina. specializing in real-time embedded systems programming. Krish’s certifications include Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and Digital Forensic Examiner (DFE).
Simone Jarzabek, Faculty
Simone started her career at Boeing Company working as a Systems Administrator and as a Technical Project Manager. Prior to joining the faculty at Green River College, she taught Information Technology for 13 years at ITT Technical Institute and Highline College. Simone received her M.A. in Information Technology and Digital Forensics from American Public University, a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington, and a B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics from University of Puget Sound .
Ed Goad, Faculty
Ed teaches in both the AA and BAS programs at Green River. He was worked in the IT industry for 20 years at a variety of organizations supporting large enterprise environments. Ed s certifications include several from Microsoft, VMware, RedHat, Cisco and Brocade.
Primary professional interests:
- Linux / Unix
- Windows Server
- System Automation
- Cloud Services
When Ed finally unplugs from the computer, he enjoys exploring the amazing Pacific Northwest the many small towns and hiking through the mountains.