This online Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity prepares students with the necessary skills and competencies for job titles such as: cybersecurity forensic specialists, security analyst, security auditor, security consultant, security risk assessor, security manager, information security officer, security trainer, and security systems designer. These skills include the investigation of various cybersecurity resources, tools, laws, and methods, to strategically assess, evaluate, plan, design, develop, and implement countermeasures for effective cybersecurity defense mechanisms.
In addition to the institutional and general education level learning objectives, the Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity also seeks the following specific learning outcomes of its graduates:
- Compare and contrast the various aspects of cybersecurity including the relationship between cyber defense, cyber operations, cyber exploitations, cyber intelligence, cybercrime, Cyberlaw within Federal and State Laws
- Demonstrate an understanding of the processes and goals of cyber forensics investigations including the importance of search warrants and chain of custody in a forensic investigation of computer related crimes
- Develop strategies and plans for security architecture consisting of tools, techniques, and technologies to detect and prevent network penetration, and to design effective cybersecurity countermeasures
- Analyze network designs, topologies, architectures, protocols, communications, administration, operations, and resource management for wired, wireless, and satellite networks that affect the security of the cyberspace