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CACE: Armstrong Cyber Degrees

Bachelor's in Information Technology, Cyber Security Track designed for students seeking a four-year Bachelor's of Science degree, this curriculum includes the university’s core curriculum, as well as advanced courses in information technology and cyber security. (This degree meets all of the requirements (knowledge units) for the NSA center of excellence program)

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, Cyber Crime trackdesigned for students who want an interdisciplinary degree that prepares them for the demands of the marketplace.  Its graduates have been successful in garnering well-paying jobs in cyber crime and cyber forensics. 

Bachelor of Health Science, Health Informatics Track - prepares students for entry-level careers in the rapidly growing field of health informatics and health information systems selection, implementation and management, and cyber security of systems and information in the healthcare industry. 

Master of Science in Computer Information Systems, Health Informatics Track  –  designed as a masters level program to safeguard patients’ health care information and provide cyber security expertise in the healthcare industry.

Cyber Defense Certificate designed for students who do not intend to earn (another) college degree, but want to obtain certification in the growing cyber security field.  It requires prerequisite math and IT courses as well as three cyber security courses. 

Graduate Certificate in Cyber Crime - This post-baccalaureate certificate builds on students’ baccalaureate degrees and may also serve as a stepping stone toward the Master of Science in Criminal Justice degree.

Interdisciplinary Minor in Cyber Security designed for students who are already enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program.  In addition to basic information technology (IT) courses, it requires three courses in cyber security and one course in criminal justice. 

Minor in Cyber Crime designed for students who are already enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program who are interested in obtaining a concentration in cyber forensics/cyber crime.