B.S. in Cybersecurity
Application deadlines: January 15
Application fee: $50
Intakes: Fall, Spring
International tuition: $43,720
Domestic tuition: $43,720
As a student majoring in the Cybersecurity program, you will be a part of the next generation of cybersecurity professionals. You will benefit from our broad and flexible curriculum that offers a powerful combination of a traditional liberal arts education with the foundational knowledge and hands-on technical training needed to excel in the rewarding cybersecurity field. Our program offers two academic tracks: The Technical track was built for those passionate about problem-solving and creating large-scale strategies. This track features coursework related to designing, building and implementing network and computer security. If you are an analytical thinker interested in risk-management and the laws that surround the protection of an organization's information networks and systems, then our Policy track was created for you. This track focuses on policy, cybersecurity law and the legal and ethical implications involved in cybersecurity investigations.
This program can be done
1) Submit transcripts, mark sheets, and/or exam results from all secondary and post-secondary schools attended (Transcripts must have the official school seal and be translated to English). A listing of courses taken and grades received must be included. Photocopies of student copies are not accepted. 2) TOEFL iBT: 79 (scores that fall between 75 – 78 will require further review) IELTS: 6.0
As demand rises, organizations looking to retain top cybersecurity talent have reported having difficulties finding well-trained individuals to hire. This shortage is only expected to continue as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that employment in this field will grow by 28% through 2026 - much faster than the average across all occupations. Graduates of the program will be equipped with skill sets related to the cutting edge of today’s high-tech/computing revolution as well as marketable career preparation as a result of Rider’s Engaged Learning component.
Lawrenceville , United States