Cybersecurity Analyst Certificate

Cybersecurity Analyst Workforce Development Program

Murray State Cyber Education and Research Center received a $1,499,268 grant from the Employment and Training Administration (ETA) within the Department of Labor (DOL) through the Delta Regional Authority to develop and implement a workforce development certificate program to educate and train to become Cybersecurity Analysts.

Key Program Components*

  • 9-month, 12 credit-hour cybersecurity analyst training program

  • Free Tuition for 12 Credit Hours of CNM courses

  • Paid Cybersecurity Industry Credentials including Comptia’s A+, Network+ and Security+

  • Free Laptop for all eligible participants

  • Paid Internships

  • Career Coaching

  • Job Placement support

  • Real-world Experience

  • Childcare Support Available for Class conflicts

* Program support is limited to those individuals living in the Delta Region of Kentucky and will commit to working and living in the Delta Region following completion of the program.

Program Participants

The Department of Labor grant funding is designed to support incumbent workers and new workforce entrants wishing to pursue a cyber analyst career including individuals who target individuals currently underemployed, seeking advancement, changing careers, or wanting to earn a higher income.

To request more information, set up a meeting or to begin the process of enrollment, please complete the information form.

Contact Us

Cheryl Calvert

Cheryl Calvert

Outreach Coordinator
Cyber Education and Research Center

207E Industry and Technology



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