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Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security

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Cyber Security Program Curriculum

The Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security program curriculum includes the following areas of instruction:

  • General education courses.
  • Foundational courses provide a building block of knowledge in our cyber security degree.
  • Concentration courses enable students to pursue a specialty within cyber security.
  • Capstone project is the culminating synthesis of learning that includes the areas of leadership, ethics, problem solving, and strategic planning relating to cyber security.

Earn credits toward your degree with SecureSet Academy’s CORE Technical Bootcamp or HUNT Analyst program, made possible by the strategic partnership between Norwich and SecureSet Academy.

General Education

Students need to fulfill general education requirements as part of this program, which can be met through prior coursework or the equivalent, or through taking some of the elective options listed below.

Foundational Courses

Students are required to complete the following courses.

Computer Forensics and Vulnerability Management Concentration (18 credits)

The Computer Forensics and Vulnerability Management concentration allows you to develop a comprehensive understanding of forensic processes and cyber security protocols. Coursework will help strengthen your investigatory prowess through hands-on exercises in cyber investigation and vulnerability testing.

Information Warfare and Security Management Concentration (18 credits)

The Information Warfare and Security Management concentration introduces you to the international power dynamics of the Internet, and the ways in which professionals in cyber security analyze intelligence and assess threats in order to protect national sovereignty in cyberspace.

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Norwich University, in compliance with Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, or physical handicap in any of its policies, practices, or procedures.

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