Is a Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Forensics Degree Right for Me?
The Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Forensics program is designed to prepare students for the planning and carrying out of security measures to protect an organization's computer networks and systems solutions through the utilization of a combination of skill sets which assist students in developing their cybersecurity and forensics expertise.
This program may be a good choice for you if:
- You enjoy working with new and innovative technologies.
- You have the desire to protect valuable business information and systems.
- You are a skillful troubleshooter and penetration tester.
- You demonstrate sound critical thinking skills.
- You are a good communicator.
- You are adept at detecting system vulnerabilities.
What is the Cybersecurity and Forensics Career Outlook?
Employment of information security analysts is projected to grow 28 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations.
What Can I Do with This Degree?
- Information Security Analyst
- System, Network, and/or Web Penetration Tester
- Forensic Analyst
- Security Architect
- Intrusion Analyst
- Vulnerability Researcher
- Security Auditor
- Computer Crime Investigator
- Computer Systems Design
- Company and Enterprise Management
- Software Design
- Finance and Insurance
- Electronic Purchasing/Selling
What Will I Learn?
You may enter the Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Forensics on-campus or online program during any semester. A full-time student enrolled in 12 semester hour credits per term, or typically three courses, can complete this program in approximately four years.
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How is Hodges University’s Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Forensics Program Different?
The Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Forensics curriculum gives students an in-depth specialization within the area of cybersecurity and forensics, which builds on the materials that were introduced in the broad scope of the Associate of Science in Computer Information Technology program.
Upon successful completion of the program, the student will have achieved the knowledge base to be prepared for an occupation that focuses on planning and carrying out of security measures to protect an organization's computer networks and systems from a wide variety of threats.
Our Program Is Certified
This program is certified through the Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS), which provides students a solid credential to assist with the move into the national security sector upon degree completion. The liberal arts and business components of this degree complement the technical component, making the student well-rounded and highly employable in today’s business environment.
Fisher School of Technology students also have the advantage of learning from faculty members who have real-world experience.
Our Curriculum and Technology
The Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Forensics program at Hodges University provides unique educational advantages through this career-oriented program, while focusing on the technical skills most useful in the cybersecurity and forensics field.
Several opportunities are integrated into the curriculum to assist students in achieving industry recognized certifications:
Hodges University offers students the use of updated computer systems with the Microsoft Office Suite of products, local and wide area networks, direct access to the internet, a technology oriented library, and technology labs. More than 50 percent of classrooms at Hodges are equipped with a computer for each seat, including several classrooms that are outfitted for advanced technology studies.
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Your admissions coordinator will:
- Help you complete the application in its entirety.
- Help you obtain necessary transcripts.
- Schedule your admissions test (if necessary).
- Coordinate the financial aid process with a financial aid professional.
- Refer you to your academic advisor for class scheduling.
- Give you information regarding your orientation.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Hodges family!