Field of study
Level of Study
Bachelor's Degree Cybersecurity
Take the most extensive online coursework offered in this critical field. Choose from specializations in cyber ops, cybercrime and fraud, forensics, or information assurance.
Bachelor's Degree Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity
Understand how IT, cybersecurity, social networking, cloud computing, cryptography, data hiding, anonymity, and surveillance concepts relate to the modern criminal justice organization.
Specialize in one of cybers leading topics. Learn about defensive and offensive tactics, techniques, and procedures, and gain advanced instruction and training in UNIX.
Learn computer forensics skills with a focus in economic and white-collar crime, and fraud prevention and detection, so you’re prepared to lead the fight against digital white-collar crimes and the cybercriminals who commit them.
Gain a systematic approach to establishing, managing, and operating an effective IA program, as you master the methodologies, plans, and practices to protect critical information systems.
Gain a hybrid skillset in computer science, computer forensics, and vulnerability assessment so you can investigate cyber-related incidents and bring internet criminals to justice.
Understand how cyber technologies are used to investigate financial crime, white-collar crime, and fraud. You'll graduate ready to employ these tools in the real world and bring criminals to justice.
Understand information security principles while assessing and using cyber defense techniques. You'll practice vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, and other defense skills.
Test out state-of-the-art tools and techniques used in cyber operations. You'll work in experimental environments and emerge ready to play a pivotal role in protecting your organization from cybercrime.
Study the politics of cybersecurity, the current issues on a national and international scale, and the processes for creating regulations. You'll start your path to cyber policy leadership.
Explore information assurance risk and compliance with cybersecurity expertise. You'll address criminal justice technology to stay up to date on information security needs.
Master's Degree Cybersecurity
Learn to address ever-changing cyberattack and infiltration techniques with an NSA-recognized leader in Cybersecurity. Seven program specializations target different interests in this field.
Pursue your passion for collecting and preparing evidence for computer crimes such as fraud, child pornography and cyber espionage with courses that emphasize a comprehensive understanding of the forensic tools and techniques used to investigate and analyze network-related incidents and preserve digital evidence.
Gain the critical knowledge needed through a hands-on, lab-oriented curriculum that includes an in-depth examination of cyber tactics, techniques, and procedures, so you can better protect and defend organizations from cyber attacks.
Understand the policies and practices of cybersecurity so you can become a leader in this emerging field. You'll graduate ready to help organizations manage security risks and protect assets.
Master the technical, legal, and ethical aspects of electronic crime, white collar crime and fraud investigation with a focus on risk and compliance, legal issues, fraud management, and advanced fraud analysis techniques.
Pursue your interest in cyber intelligence and counterintelligence, cyber counterterrorism and cyber counter sabotage with courses that focus on global and national cybersecurity policy analysis, the protection of critical infrastructures, as well as operations involving cyber threats and defense.
Pursue your interest in the technical aspects of malware analysis with courses that focus on the basics of malware, identification of malware, and mitigation of the effects of malware.
Master's Degree Business, Cybersecurity
Specialize your MBA in cybersecurity gain an advanced understanding of cyber intelligence, and the impact cybersecurity networks, protocols, and associated systems have on institutions, privacy, business, and government.