Bachelor of Science in Information Technology / Cybersecurity
Grand Canyon University

Program Details

Grand Canyon University's Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with an Emphasis in Cybersecurity prepares you to enter the fast-growing, in-demand field of information technology. Gain an in-depth understanding of the value of IT, including how it can improve business performance, boost organizational efficiency and reduce costs of enterprise systems. The cybersecurity degree program focuses on core competencies about IT-driven business, software technology and tools, enterprise information systems and cybersecurity. The BS in information technology with an emphasis in cybersecurity exposes you to the relationships among cyber defense, cyber operations and cyber law. Acquire working knowledge of processes and goals of cyber forensics, and develop plans and strategies for security architectures. The emphasis culminates with an IT capstone project in cybersecurity. IT cybersecurity emphasis domains include cyber operations planning and execution, cybercrime and cyber law, as well as digital forensic investigations, security architecture, information assurance and secure system administration. This information technology degree program trains you to problem solve using technology and computer programming, while also leveraging your own experience. A focus on applied, hands-on activities ensures you acquire the proper training to excel upon immediately entering the workforce in cybersecurity.

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  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Residents of Mississippi must have earned an associate's degree or higher for admission.

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