The Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity program leverages current faculty capabilities in KSU’s existing Bachelor of Business Administration in Information Security and Assurance (BBA-ISA), the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, and the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. Compared to the current BBA-ISA degree's more managerial-focused curriculum, the BS in Cybersecurity will deliver a more technically-focused, security-related degree designed to specifically address the fast growing cybersecurity sector.
The interdisciplinary nature of the BS in Cybersecurity program allows potential students to develop deep technological skills; an understanding of the business, managerial, and administrative elements of cybersecurity; and an awareness of cybercrime issues.
Completing the eMajor in Cybersecurity will automatically earn students a minor in Information Technology. Two additional minors are available, and those requirements are listed below.
Both the eMajor program and additional minors will be offered completely online, allowing students the convenience and flexibility to take courses from where they want, when they want.
For more information regarding this program please visit the KSU Institute for Cybersecurity Workforce Development website.