Cyber Security Degrees

About University of Phoenix Cyber Security Degrees

Cyber security threats are on the rise, but so are opportunities to work in this growing field. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, cyber security jobs are expected to grow 37 percent between 2012 and 2022. In our cyber security degree programs, get the knowledge of cryptography, enterprise security and systems audit and control you need to pursue them.

And with our certificate options, you’ll take career-focused courses earlier in your degree program. This can enable you to pursue industry-aligned certifications, and demonstrate what you know to employers, before you graduate.

Be the face behind the firewall. Our associate degree program in cyber security prepares you to neutralize threats to corporate data, like hackers, viruses, power outages and more.

With our certificate option, you can pursue career opportunities as a computer systems analyst sooner. Not only can you take job-focused courses earlier in your degree program, but you’ll also be ready to sit for the following industry-recognized exams:

Associate of Arts concentration* in Information Technology with Information Assurance and Security Certificate

  • CompTIA (Security+)
  • (ISC)2 Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP®)

If data is vital to an organization’s success, protecting it is just as important. Our bachelor’s degrees in cyber security teach the risk management and information assurance skills that are the bread and butter of systems management. But the critical thinking and leadership qualities that set you apart? You’ll get them here, too.

Get the tools to pursue your career sooner. Our certificate options allow you to take job-focused courses earlier in your degree program, helping you earn credentials that demonstrate your IT knowledge — before you graduate.

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with Advanced Cyber Security Certificate

  • (ISC)2 Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®)
  • (ISC)2 Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP®)

Government regulations mean that companies need qualified professionals to monitor and control the systems they use to do business. Consequently, careers for computer information systems managers are expected to grow 15 percent between 2012 and 2022. Get the skills to prepare for this growing field.

Learn the ins and outs of auditing with our master’s degree in cyber security, and get skills you need to jump-start your career, sooner. Our certificate option allows you to take career-focused courses sooner and prepares you to sit for an industry-recognized exam.

Master of Information Systems with a Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security

  • ISACA® Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA®)

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