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Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security

Securing the Global Landscape

As humankind’s reliance on information technology grows—and with it, the prevalence of cyber crime—Norwich University’s Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security program remains increasingly valuable. Through this program of study, you will experience Norwich’s renown cyber security education and benefit from highly relevant, skills-based instruction via a flexible online classroom.

The cyber security curriculum is designed with working adults in mind, and combines core principles of cyber security with elective and project-based courses that allow you to explore topics in depth while strengthening your skills in critical thinking, communication, and research and analysis. You may also customize your degree by choosing a concentration in computer forensics and vulnerability management, or information warfare and security management.


  • Bachelor of Science
  • Computer Forensics and Vulnerability Management
  • Information Warfare and Security Management

Why Norwich?

Elective courses allow you to tailor your studies to suit your personal and professional interests.

Transfer up to 90 semester credits and complete your cyber security degree in fewer than two years.

Norwich is designated a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.

Flexible online platform offers you ability to complete coursework that fits your schedule.

Quick Info

100% Online

All classes taken online

30 Credits

Entry Requirement

18 Months

Average time to program completion

3 September

Next Start Date

6 August

Application Deadline

Accreditation & Recognition

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Norwich University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. - the nation's oldest regional accrediting body - through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education (CIHE). Regional Accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.


The National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security have designated Norwich University as a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education.



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.



Non-Discrimination Statement

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.

Tuition & Fees

Tuition and Finance

Careers & Outcomes

Career Opportunities in Cyber Security

The global pivot to a more digital society has created an unprecedented demand in the workforce for skilled cyber security professionals. According to a report from CyberSeek, over 15,000 jobs in cyber security go unfilled each year, and with the majority of U.S. government specialists in network security preparing for retirement with the next decade, Norwich University has built a program to address this considerable talent gap. Whether you’re looking to further your career or embark on a new professional path entirely, Norwich’s Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security online program can help you make the most of your opportunity through emphasis on education in computer forensics, compliance, and knowledge and vulnerability management.

Career Outcomes

Norwich’s online cyber security degree program speaks to the critical needs of employers in government, the military, and the private sector. Our graduates have a competitive edge when applying for positions or promotions, and have proven their skills in high-level information security positions with a number of organizations.

The cyber security bachelor's program can also serve as a steppingstone to earning a graduate degree, such as a master's degree in information security and assurance from Norwich.

Examples of Career Paths

  • Cyber Incident Responder
  • Cyber Intelligence Analyst
  • Cyber Security Engineer
  • Cyber Security Lead
  • Digital Forensics Specialist
  • Information Security Operations Officer
  • Information Security Manager
  • Information Systems Security Administrator
  • Penetration Tester
  • Risk and Compliance Analyst

Types of Employers

  • U.S. Military
  • Department of Defense
  • State Law Enforcement
  • State Crime Lab
  • Private Banks
  • Healthcare Organizations
  • Technology Companies

Faculty & Staff


Our first graduates of the Cyber Security program graduated in 2017. Below are graduates from our bachelor's programs.

Online Learning

How do you fit an online program into your busy life?

Norwich has developed online programs that provide a gateway, not a barrier, to maximize your career potential. Get to know a few graduates -- with busy schedules -- and how they made their education fit.

Residency at Norwich

While not required for completing your bachelor's degree, the Residency Conference is a unique educational and social experience that culminates your time at Norwich.

michael esch, residency

Residency was enjoyable. It presented so many opportunities to meet and talk with people who have very different life stories, but I often found they have many of the same drives and desires. You get out of it what you put into it. Go all in.

Michael Esch
Class of 2015
Master of Science in Information Security & Assurance


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