Stevens-Henager College

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Cybersecurity & Networking (BS)

The Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Networking is designed to graduate a computer-science professional whose diverse practical and theoretical knowledge will guide the future of cybersecurity and networking in business and industry. Objectives of the program are to ensure competencies at complex levels of computer information systems operations, administration, and management, including networking, database management, client interface, information security, and information protection. Cybersecurity and Networking graduates are employed in entry-level to mid-level positions as network administrators, project managers, systems analysts, security experts and entrepreneurs. A majority of the courses offered in this program are delivered through a hybrid model which means instructors meet with students both face to face and through an online platform each week.

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