Muscatatuck Cyber Academy

The Indiana Adjutant General’s Office, National Center for Complex Operations, Inc. and ITCC are collaborating to offer the Muscatatuck Cyber Academy, which is open to current military personnel and Indiana civilian residents.


Cyber Academy students study on the Muscatatuck Urban Training Complex (MUTC) campus. MUTC is home to the Department of Defense’s largest urban training complex, a real city where virtually everything and everyone is “in play.” The physical infrastructure includes a well-integrated and managed cyber-physical environment or “CyberTropolis,” an electromagnetic effects system with real people living and working on the campus.

Maj. Gen. Courtney P. Carr, the adjutant general (right), said, “The Cyber Academy here at Muscatatuck hosts an infrastructure and operating environment that allows students to be fully immersed in a world of the future, surrounded by cutting-edge programs and projects that will allow them to acquire relevant certifications, degrees and skills in a realistic setting,” said Carr. “This program demonstrates why Indiana is a national leader in cyber education and training.”

Explore Careers in Cyber!

Muscatatuck Cyber Academy students can earn an accelerated Cyber Security/Information Assurance associate of applied science degree while participating in exclusive training and testing events in Muscatatuck’s multi-domain environment. Students will earn certifications that are useful in both military and civilian careers, and if in the Army, better position themselves to attain one of the coveted slots in the U.S. Army’s Cyber Operations, military operation specialty 17-series program. Financial assistance may be available through Veterans’ Affairs or through state and federal aid.

For more information and to register for classes, please visit: www.in.gov/ago/cyber-academy.