Greg Hirsch, Assistant Professor
Gregory J. Hirsch, CEH, is an Assistant Professor of Information Technology and joined Vincennes University in 2014. Greg brings with him over 15 years of IT experience from the corporate world and incorporates this knowledge into student learning in the classroom. The majority of his work experience is in Network Administration and Security that includes implementing, securing, supporting and enhancing WAN/LAN networks, wireless networks, DNS, DHCP, and Active Directory. Greg has additional enterprise level experience working in Citrix, Exchange Server, Windows XP/7/2003/2008/2012 R2, Network Appliance storage systems, VMWare, Cisco, and Disaster Recovery. Greg holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, an Associate degree in Computer Information Systems, and a Master of Business Administration degree.
Homeland Security - Cyber and IT Security Concentration
This Degree option is ideal for students wanting to work in Information Technology Jobs where organization security, including cyber security are a primary job responsibility such as: Network Administrator, Cyber Security Analyst, Security Specialist, or IT Technician.
Homeland Security and Public Safety - Cyber and Information Technology Security Concentration 7001, B.S.
The Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security and Public Safety is designed to provide students who have completed an Associate degree in Conservation Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Science and Safety Technology, Information Technology Support and Cyber Security, Law Enforcement, Loss Prevention, Paralegal, Emergency Management and Planning, or a related Associate degree the opportunity to complete an advanced inter-disciplinary Baccalaureate degree. Available to Students with an A.S. Degree in Information Technology or IT Support and Cyber Security.