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Information Technology and Administrative Management

Cybersecurity Specialization

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Administrative Management Cybersecurity

The modern battlefield is digital.

Students will gain knowledge specific to the detection, protection, and recovery from attacks to an organization’s information assets. Gaining skills in the growing employment area of network security combined with the management and soft-skills classes, graduates gain a competitive edge in the IT marketplace. The advanced cybersecurity courses are complemented by a core foundation of relevant and current human-centered skills in:

Soft Skills

Hard Skills

  • project management
  • business communications
  • financial management
  • ethics
  • professional selling
  • customer relationship management
  • database management
  • web development
  • computer networking
  • computer applications


The need for cybersecurity experts spans all organizations including: public utility companies, national security agencies, food and water suppliers, financial services, and companies with intellectual property to protect.

If you currently have a transferable Associate degree (DTA), you qualify for our 100% Online Bachelor of Science program. If you are interested in completing the Cybersecurity specialization online, click here to learn more.

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Program Requirements for the 2017-2018 Catalog

Core Requirements

ADMG201Introduction to Business3
ADMG271Business Math4
ADMG302Financial Analysis5
ADMG371Administrative Management4
ADMG372Leadership and Supervision4
ADMG374Project Management5
ADMG385Business Communication and Report Writing5
IT101Computer Applications3
IT238Introduction to Cyberwarfare4
IT248Web Fundamentals4
IT260Integrated IT Applications5
IT301IT Security, Privacy and Ethics3
IT351Computer Networks4
IT468Projects in Database4
RMT340Principles of Selling4
RMT366Customer Relationship Management4
RMT379IT Management Career Planning1
IT490Cooperative Education (Internship) - Summer only8-12
    

Total Core Credits: 74-78

Plus these specialization requirements:

Specialization Courses:

IT336Digital Forensics4
IT338Cybercrime4
IT436Cyberattack/Defense4
IT438IT Risk Management4
IT486Critical Issues in Information Technology4
    

Total Specialization Credits: 20

Total Program Credits: 94-98

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