Train to tackle some of the most dynamic challenges of an interconnected world.
Computer security and privacy are among society’s most urgent emerging issues, and your Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance will prepare you to take on a broad range of computer security and criminal justice challenges.
Choose the Cybersecurity and Privacy Concentration and you’ll develop fluency in fundamental disciplines like confidentiality, integrity, access control, security architecture and systems, and attack-defense strategies.
If you’re interested in criminal justice, opt for the Digital Forensics Concentration. Here, you’ll gain expertise in tools and techniques to recover, secure and analyze digital evidence that could be used in a court of law.
What Will I Learn?
- Our graduates will be prepared for immediate employment or graduate study in a cybersecurity related field.
- Our graduates will lead and participate in culturally diverse teams, becoming global collaborators and adapting to an ever growing field.
- Our graduates will be ready to continue their professional development by obtaining further education certificates/degrees.
Visit the University Catalog to learn more about required coursework for the Cybersecurity and Information Assurance major.
Making the Most of Your Major
There are opportunities to develop skills and connect with others interested in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance beyond the classroom. Check out the Cybersecurity and Information Assurance Major Map to get a more detailed, year-by-year view of how you can learn, engage, network and transform your community and prepare for life after graduation.
Get Real World Experience
Internship, research, and study abroad opportunities are available for Cybersecurity and Information Assurance students. Talk with your professors to learn more.
Plan for Life After Graduation
Cybersecurity professionals work in a variety of industrial, commercial, academic, governmental or non-governmental organizations.
Career Services offers assistance with job searching, resumes, interviews, or graduate school applications.
General Program Information
Students complete a minimum of 123 credits and receive a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance.
Please note that beginning in Fall 2015, all freshmen must follow the Dearborn Discovery Core (DDC) requirements.
Department Contact Information
Department of Computer and Information Science
105 Computer and Information Science Building (CIS)