Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity (BSCBS)

This highly technical cybersecurity undergraduate degree is intended to prepare graduates for a career in cybersecurity engineering, secure software development, cybersecurity test and evaluation, offensive security, systems architecture, reverse engineering, and/or emerging cybersecurity problem-solving.

Graduates of the program will have a thorough understanding of modern computing systems from both a hardware and software perspective; be able to identify, investigate, and mitigate computing system vulnerabilities of various types; be able to design, deploy, and configure secure computing systems and software; understand cyber ethics, cyber policy and law, cyber risk management, and human behavior relating to computing systems and operations; be able to apply security principles and practices to the design and implementation of the physical, software, and human components of the system; and be able to analyze and evaluate cyber systems with respect to security and maintaining operations in the presence of risks and threats.

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 Master of Science in Cybersecurity (MSCBS)

The MSCBS degree is an interdisciplinary program involving the Colleges of Business, Engineering, and Science. The program prepares graduates with the skills to secure and defend networks, recover from security failures, use computer forensics, and manage data security, leading to careers in the fast-growing field of information security.

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Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Studies

UAH's College of Business offers a graduate certificate program in cybersecurity studies designed to teach participants how to secure and defend networks, recover from security failures, use computer forensics, and manage data security.

In addition to receiving a graduate certificate from UAH, students will also receive training to help them prepare for tests to qualify them for additional security certifications, such as Security+ and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Because it is a graduate program, credit hours earned in the information assurance program can also be applied toward a master’s degree.

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Per the Department of Defense Directive 8570.1 (Information Assurance Training, Certification, and Workforce Management, August 2004), the Department of Defense now requires its information assurance personnel and those of contractors to hold certifications appropriate for the employee’s position.