The SANS courses are expensive and I think taking the exam without the course is $1000. Not sure if that outways the hassle of dealing with EC-Council for the CEH.
If I do the program, my experience / resume should be enough, but I think I could justify it from a degree perspective too. Networking TECEP is one domain and the Cybersecurity DSST could cover the other. Initially they were not being very picky but something changed a few years ago and they do seem to pay more attention now.
TESC - BSBA: CIS
Current Degree Plan:
x - English Comp I / TECEP - 7/9/2015
x - Marriage and Family (P&SR) / TECEP - 8/30/2015
- Macroeconomics / SL - (2 of 21)
- Managerial Accounting / SL -
x - Strategic Management / TECEP - 8/21/2016
x - CIS UL 2 / MIS / DSST - 5/21/2015
x - CIS UL 3 / Networking / TECEP - 6/3/2015
x - CIS UL 4 / Cybersecurity / DSST - 7/30/2015
Extra TECEPs for residency
x - Computer Concepts and Applications - 5/7/2015
x - Liberal Arts Math - 10/3/2015
x - Technical Writing - 11/8/2015