Saint Rose and Hudson Valley Community College officials at articulation agreement signing for cybersecurity

The College of Saint Rose has signed an articulation agreement with Hudson Valley Community College, allowing students from HVCC to seamlessly enroll in the cybersecurity program at Saint Rose. The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education has forecasted that the number of unfilled jobs in cybersecurity worldwide will grow to approximately 3.5 million by 2021.

“With a similar, holistic approach to educating the next generation of cybersecurity professionals, Saint Rose and HVCC were natural partners in this articulation agreement,” said Saint Rose President Carolyn J. Stefanco. “With decades of experience in the study of technology and an innovate approach to filling the need for professionals in a growing industry, Saint Rose looks forward to building upon the foundation in cybersecurity that HVCC has laid for its students.”

The articulation agreement sets up a clear pathway from the two-year degree at HVCC to a four-year degree at Saint Rose.

Read more about the agreement with Hudson Valley.