Regent University's Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity prepares graduates to begin or advance a career in government agencies, military infrastructures, manufacturing, service, education and other private, public, and non-profit sectors. Through this in-demand degree program, you will learn to create and execute a digital security strategy that supports and defends the integrity of data resources managed by your employer. Like all of Regent's programs, the Cybersecurity major is built on a strong ethical foundation and will be taught from a biblical worldview.
- Learn how to gather data and evidence employed in prosecuting cybercrimes, and to develop security safeguards and disaster recovery plans.
- Analyze information system theories, practices and real-world problems in order to plan, coordinate and implement network security measures.
- Develop ethical, innovative and practical intelligence and networking solutions from a global perspective, based on strategic technology applications and data-driven assessments.
- Learn how to defend computer networks against attacks by worms, viruses and other criminal acts.
- Network or Systems Administration
- Digital Forensics Engineering
- Digital Security Project Management
- Information Technology and Assurance
- Computer Programmer
- Cyber Risk and Strategy Analysis
- Cyber Intelligence
- High School Diploma and/or GED
- SAT/ACT requirements waived for students out of high school 5+ years, but adult students must provide resume
- Signed Community Life form
School Accreditation Statement
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges