Campbell University’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Information Technology Security program is designed for students who are looking for specialized technical training and have a goal of earning their degree and entering the workforce as quickly as possible. Coursework includes topics such as internet applications, information security and countermeasures, and database management.
This is a bachelors completion program. A total of 124 credits are required, including transfer credit.
Program requires of the of the following:
Student must have an earned Associate of Applied Science degree in the proposed concentration, from a regionally accredited college or regionally accredited technical school.
Or have completed a military service school that has a minimum of 10 semester hours of qualifying applied science credits, in the degree field being pursued, as recommended by the American Council on Education (ACE), and/or been awarded the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS for Army and Marine Corps, Air Force Specialty Code [AFSC] for Air Force, Naval Enlisted Code [NEC] for Navy) that is comparable to (A) above.
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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