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Sturm Collaboration

ACC Sturm Campus

Earn a Computer Information Systems - Cybersecurity Degree from CSU-Pueblo.

Complete the AAS cybersecurity degree from Arapahoe Community College (ACC) in two years, then earn your BS in CIS-Cybersecurity from CSU-Pueblo in two more years while studying in Douglas County.

CSU-Pueblo’s CIS degree in Cybersecurity prepares you for entry-level positions in cybersecurity across Colorado’s Front Range. These positions range from: Security Specialist, Security Officer, Cyber Operations Specialist, Cybersecurity Analyst, Security Consultant, and more!

The CIS-Cybersecurity program is AACSB accredited and allows students to take a blend of face-to-face, hybrid and online courses. 

Program Admission Requirements

ACC’s open door admissions policy means we admit anyone who is at least 17 years old and a high school graduate, GED certificate completer, home schooled student or a high school non-graduate. ACC also welcomes veterans and military service members, transfer students, and former ACC students.

Get started on Financial Aid

Get a head start by applying for financial aid now. Complete the FAFSA application ( using the Arapahoe Community College school code: 001346

How long will it take to finish the program?

You can complete your BS degree in four years with full-time course load in Fall and Spring semesters.

Where are Classes Held?

The curriculum includes a blend of courses offered in person at the Sturm Collaboration Campus in Castle Rock, hybrid and online.

How Many Credits do I need to Earn?

The AAS degree awarded by ACC includes 60 credits, while the BS degree completed through CSU-Pueblo includes 62 additional credits, totaling 122 credits.

How much is tuition?

Fall 2020 tuition at ACC is $279.30 per credit ($185.30 for CO residents after COF)

Apply Now

For more information, contact ACC Admissions: 303.797.5637,, or visit the ACC website.

Sturm Collaboration Campus

The Sturm Collaboration Campus at Castle Rock – a partnership that includes Arapahoe Community College, The Douglas County School District, and Colorado State University – will be an education hub offering career pathways and new ways to build professional skills.

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Campus Safety: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We have a number of individuals working on a plan to ensure that we are prepared to take care of our students and employees in the event our campus is directly impacted by the coronavirus.

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