Cybersecurity Management (Undergrad)
UCCS College of Business
As the business landscape continues to digitalize, the possibilities for cybercrime and hacking have increased exponentially. Data breaches and hacks can cause irreparable damage to companies - both big and small. How do businesses protect their information while attacks are happening every single day? The answer is Cybersecurity Management.
Cybersecurity is the protection of networks, data, programs, and devices from unauthorized access and cyberattacks. Cybersecurity Management professionals aim to preserve the integrity and confidentiality of users’ information through a constantly evolving set of techniques, training, best practices, and technological skill.
The Cybersecurity Management undergraduate certificate is designed to meet the increasing employer demand for cybersecurity professionals to protect corporate IT assets. It will prepare students for a career in cybersecurity across diverse industry sectors including finance, healthcare, government, and defense. The course sequence in Cybersecurity Management emphasis will train students for entry-level and mid-level cybersecurity roles of cybersecurity analysts, risk analysts, cybersecurity consultants, and IT Auditors. Students will develop the necessary skills and competencies to handle day-to-day cybersecurity operations and programs in organizations.
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Financial aid and scholarships are available for those who qualify.
The certificate will require completion of 12 credits. The student will select four courses from the below courses to meet the required credit hours. These courses include: