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Online B.B.A. in Cybersecurity Operations Management

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Build Your Management Career in a Fast-Growing Field

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Taught by industry-experienced faculty

Essential IT management expertise

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  • Duration 4 years
  • Cost per Credit $475
  • Credit Hours 120

Program Benefits

  • Transfer up to 90 credits
  • SAT or ACT score not required
  • 6 start dates per year
  • Small class sizes and personal support

Defend Your Company Against Cyber Attacks with Expert Technical and Management Skills

Businesses in every industry require cybersecurity measures to protect company and customer information. As technology advances, the need for cybersecurity leaders who understand the operational and strategic implications of the field continues to grow. Take the next step towards a leadership career in this dynamic industry with the online B.B.A. in Cybersecurity Operations Management degree program from Utica University.

Continue Your Undergraduate Education

This online degree is also a completer program, which means that students may transfer credits into an undergraduate program at Utica University. Students may also complete all 120 credits at Utica University as a full, undergraduate degree. Candidates for the baccalaureate degree must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 30 credit hours of study at Utica University. A maximum of 90-98 credits may be transferred from four-year institutions, and 60-64 from two-year institutions, depending on one’s academic major. Transfer students who matriculate with 60 or more credits need to declare a major upon entering Utica University.

Career Outlook: A Growing Demand for Cybersecurity Leaders

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for cybersecurity professionals with management expertise is on the rise. More than 667,600 new positions in the computer and information technology field are expected to be created by 20301. Meanwhile, there’s a 35% gap in the number of workers needed to fill cybersecurity jobs across the U.S.2 Gain the skills to achieve success in these roles, plus many more in-demand positions with the online bachelor’s in Cybersecurity Operations Management degree.

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The online bachelor’s in Cybersecurity Operations Management degree program consists of 120 total credits. As a student, you’ll complete a selection of core business courses along with core cybersecurity operations management courses, each of which are taught by expert faculty with extensive real-world experience in their fields. With their support, you’ll build career-ready skills for strategic management, computer network investigations, cyber operations, system vulnerability analysis, and more.

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Program Outcomes

The online B.B.A. in Cybersecurity Operations Management degree was developed by industry experts to help you advance your career in a growing field. When you complete the program, you’ll be fully prepared for professional success.

Cybersecurity Operations Management Learning Goals

Business Administration Learning Goals

Admission Requirements

To apply for the online B.B.A. in Cybersecurity Operations Management degree program, you’ll need the following:

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Tuition and Financial Aid

This 120-credit bachelor of business administration degree program costs $475 per credit hour. Utica University is dedicated to making an advanced education accessible and affordable and offers many avenues for financial aid.

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Faculty Spotlights: Career-Ready Skills from Seasoned Professionals

Get to know our faculty of cybersecurity and leadership professionals as they share their perspectives and expertise. Their industry-tested insights can help you succeed as you learn to apply expert management skills to the fast-growing field of cybersecurity.

Ismael “Ish” Morales

Ismael “Ish” Morales joined the full-time faculty of Utica University in 2019 as an Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity and teaches at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His experience in multiple domains encompasses software engineering, DoD geo-spatial information systems, legal/news and business, automotive industrial engineering, DoD logistics, and DoD cybersecurity research and development. His activities in support of the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, the NSA, the U.S. Army Intelligence Command, the Air Force Research Lab, and the Department of Defense included software development, kernel programming, cybersecurity R&D, and technical management in classified and unclassified domains. He served as the principal security assessor for multiple DOD agencies and commercial businesses for information assurance certification and accreditation. Hobbies include coaching and playing soccer, and long-distance running.

Honors and Distinctions

  • B.S. in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University (2000)
  • M.S. in Information Assurance from Syracuse University (2011)
  • Currently pursuing a Technology & Innovation Management in Data Science Ph.D. from Northcentral University
  • Cyber Club Faculty Advisor

His certifications include:

  • ISC2 Certified Information Systems Professional (CISSP)
  • ISC2 Certified Authorization Provider (CAP)
  • Professional Scrum Master
  • IACRB SCADA Architect
  • ITL IT Service Management
Abdulbast Abushgra

Abdulbast “Abe” Abushgra

Abdulbast “Abe” Abushgra, Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity, earned his bachelor’s degree in architecture engineering from the University of Nasr, his master’s in engineering management from the University of Tripoli, his master’s in urban planning from El-Mergib University, and his doctoral degree in computer science and engineering from the University of Bridgeport. Abe’s research interests include quantum cryptography, information security, and cybersecurity. His hobbies include reading, sports, and coding.

Honors and Distinctions

  • B.S. in Architecture Engineering, University of Nasr
  • M.S. in Engineering Management, University of Tripoli
  • M.S. in Urban Planning from El-Mergib University
  • Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering, University of Bridgeport

Benefits of Being an Online Student

Whether you are advancing your career or switching it, online learning gives you a unique perspective from your instructors and fellow students. You’ll get the same high-quality education, credentials, and faculty support without slowing down your life.

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Planning Your Budget

Paying for an online education doesn’t have to be stressful. We’ve compiled helpful resources that can get you well on your way to financing your education. Learn more about available options and how you can get started.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Advancing your life and career with an online degree comes with lots of questions, and we want to ensure your search for answers is effortless. If you have a question we haven’t covered, call (866) 295-3106 to speak with an enrollment manager.

The average completion time for the online B.B.A. in Cybersecurity Operations Management degree is 2-4 years.

Tuition for the online B.B.A. in Cybersecurity Operations Management degree costs $475 per credit. There are 120 total credits in this program.

Utica University (formerly Utica College) and its programs are accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).

The application process for the online B.B.A. in Cybersecurity Operations Management can be completed online. Start your online application.

Admission requirements for the online B.B.A. in Cybersecurity Operations Management program include the following:

  • Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 for transfer credit, or a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 for high school courses.
  • Provide one letter of recommendation from a professional reference.
  • Submit a resume and personal statement.

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The online B.B.A. in Cybersecurity Operations Management degree consists of 41 courses, totaling 120 credit hours. Learn more about the curriculum for this program here.

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Sources and Disclaimer

  1. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. (Sept. 8, 2021). Computer and Information Technology Occupations. Occupational Outlook Handbook. Retrieved on Oct. 15, 2021, from
  2. CyberSeek (n.d.). Cybersecurity Supply/Demand Heat Map. Retrieved November 9, 2022, from