Study Cybersecurity at NJCU

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One of the few institutions in the nation to have federal designations in both cyber security and intelligence.

  • Named an Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence (IC CAE) through a grant award from the Defense Intelligence Agency.
  • Designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE CD) by the National Security Agency in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
     

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Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity Studies

  • A degree focused on the cutting-edge security aspects of cybersecurity rather than solely on programming.
  • Skills gained in the program can be applied to a variety of industries.
  • Another option in the field is our B.S. in National Security Studies.
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Master of Science in Cybersecurity

  • Gain the mathematical, technical, and business tools to secure information systems for many types of organizations.
  • Pursue the program part-time or full-time, online or in-person.
  • Also consider the Master of Science in National Security Studies.
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Doctor of Science in Civil Security Leadership, Management and Policy

  • Get ready for executive-level positions in government, business or education, as well as teaching positions at colleges and universities.
  • The three-year program is done remotely and only requires you to be on campus a few days each academic year: four weekends plus a two-week summer residency.