What is Cyber Prep?

Cyber Prep is a four week course designed to introduce you into the world of cyber security and to get you admissions ready for our Cyber Security Professional course. We’ll start off with the basics of computer hardware components then cover operating systems, networking, Bash and programming in python.

This course is a not prerequisite for the regular Cyber Security Professional program, however, we highly recommend Cyber Prep for anyone that is interested in learning more about cyber security and it greatly increases your chances of completing the technical challenge if you are new to the field of IT.

5 Outcomes You’ll Get From Cyber Prep:

  1. Decide whether a career in cyber security is right for you.
  2. Become admissions ready for the Cyber Security Professional Course.
  3. Gain the foundational knowledge in how computers, networks and security work.
  4. Learn the basics of common scripting language.
  5. Gain analytical and technical skills to become a more efficient problem solver.

Tuition Deals:

Get $499 off a DevLeague Bootcamp: Cyber Prep Course graduates get a tuition credit towards any DevLeague Bootcamp, equal to the cost of the prep course. 

50% Off for Employers: Receive a grant equal to 50% of the cost of this course when you enroll your employees through the HTDC. Learn more >


Price: $499 


Cyber prep will be held two days a week for a total of 8 classes. Each class will be 4 hours in duration. Class times are from 6pm - 10pm. 

  • Part-time schedule
  • 4-weeks part-time
  • 2 days/week
  • 8 hours/week of on-site instruction 
  • 32 total hours


The Cyber Security Professional bootcamp is a comprehensive curriculum, designed to cover key skills in demand for the modern cyber security professional.

Comprised of 15 distinct, but complementary missions, students will start with basic fundamentals of hardware, operating systems, networks, and work their way through various missions involving topics such as pen testing, programming, data analysis, cryptography, and risk assessment to name a few.


The reality is that some people and organizations look highly upon certifications, some do not require them in favor of demonstrated knowledge and experience. We feel that the decision whether to certify or not is best left up to the individual. We’ve done our best to provide a clear path for both scenarios successfully. We believe those true Cyber Security Professionals will continue to be passionate, lifelong learners in either case.

For those that do wish to get qualified certifications, we will strive to provide accessible expertise, guidance, clear communication of course materials covered that is likely to appear on the various certifications, as well as clear communication of what we do not cover, and provide additional study resources and materials.


A+, Network +, Wireshark, Owasp, Security+, Certified Ethical Hacker, Python, Snort, Kali Linux, Metasploit, Maltego, Nmap, Nessus, Dradis


Scheduled Courses

  • All


  • March 6, 2019 - March 28, 2019