Cybersecurity is already an absolute necessity for every business in every industry. Job opportunities are expected to grow even more as technology continues to integrate with day-to-day operations – and protecting those technologies means protecting the bottom line. The Bachelor of Science degree in Cybersecurity will provide you with a strong interdisciplinary background and prepare you to start working in the field right away.
Waldorf’s Bachelor of Science degree in Cybersecurity offers a diverse mix of introductory courses that will teach you how to identify vulnerabilities, implement frameworks for incident prevention, detect intrusions, apply countermeasures, safeguard data and much more. This degree is perfect for analytical-minded students who want to explore those areas while also receiving opportunities to refine the hands-on security skills that every business is looking for.
This program is available online only.
B.A./B.S. Degree Requirements
- Completion of the core curriculum and the curriculum for the major, totaling 120 credits
- A grade of C or higher in all coursework in the major and, if applicable, in the concentration(s)
- 2.00 cumulative grade point average for work completed at Waldorf
- Minimum of 36 upper-division credit hours
Review the complete list of core requirements for this program.
|Major Required - Group A||36|
|CIS||4101||Internet and Network Security||3|
|CYB||3301||Security Application Development||3|
|CYB||3302||Advanced Information Security||3|
|CYB||4301||Cyber Security and Crime||3|
|CYB||4302||Cyber Warfare and Application||3|
|CYB||4303||Critical Infrastructure Protection in Cyber Security||3|
|CYB||4304||Cyber Security Law and Policy||3|
|CYB||4401||Information Security Disaster Recovery||3|
|CYB||4402||Principles of Digital Forensics||3|
|CYB||4403||Digital Forensics Application||3|
|CYB||4500||Cyber Security Capstone||3|
|Professional Electives - Group B: Select five courses (15 credits) from the list below or apply qualified transfer credit.||15|
|CYB||3307||Maintaining Microcomputer Systems||3|
|CYB||3309||Introduction to Mobile Technology||3|
|CYB||3450||Introduction to Data Communication||3|
|CYB||4313||Ethics and Professionalism||3|
Any Waldorf courses may be selected from the catalog to be used as electives, provided that they are not used to satisfy other program requirements.