Train to protect companies from digital attacks and get started in a cybersecurity career with a median salary of over $90,000.

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Dr. Kathy Dunning
Dean, Grace Pilot School of Business

Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems, Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is a high-growth field with a huge demand for talent. Cyber threats are a constant, real issue worldwide. This program is designed to give you strong critical thinking and practical cybersecurity skills to help keep individuals and companies safe in the digital world. Due to the nature of most jobs within this space, our cybersecurity program has significantly less programming and quantitative coursework than you might expect.

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In this program, you will assess modern cybersecurity challenges that threaten our privacy, security, and safety, and gain both the knowledge and hands-on technical skills to protect digital assets from cyber criminals who leverage sophisticated social and cyber tactics to facilitate attacks.
You will also learn how to perform cyber forensics to investigate, collect, and preserve digital evidence associated with a breach. Finally, you will learn how to think like a “hacker” and use industry standard tools to find weaknesses in systems.



- Exam Ready: This program prepares students for multiple highly sought-after certifications.
- Job Ready: Students will build hands-on skills in courses within this program, gain multiple valuable certifications, and enter a white-hot field as highly competitive job seekers.
- Low Code: This program is designed to give students strong critical thinking and practical cybersecurity skills. Due to the nature of most jobs within this space, this program has substantially less programming and quantitative coursework than students might expect.
- Hybrid Learning - This program combines in-person and online courses to give students access to some of the most talented experts in the field. The online courses make scheduling convenient for students.


This program targets a high-paying, fast-growing, and low-unemployment industry. Currently, cybersecurity professionals have a zero percent unemployment rate. A concentration in cybersecurity will prepare you for important industry certifications like:

    Certified Computer Forensics Examine (CCFE)
    Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)
    Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)

    For the CEH and CISSP certifications, additional work experience is required. 

    Job titles may include: Cybersecurity Analyst, Cybersecurity Engineer, Information Security Manager, Information Security Analyst, Network and Systems Specialist, and More!


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