Online or on campus, Regent University's Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity prepares you to begin or advance technology and network security careers in government agencies, military infrastructures, manufacturing, service, education and other private, public, and non-profit sectors. As one of the top cybersecurity degree programs in Virginia, our course work will teach you to create and execute a digital security strategy that supports and defends the integrity of data resources managed by your employer. Choose the Cybersecurity degree program in Virginia, or select the online cybersecurity degree program. Both are built on a strong ethical foundation and will be taught from a biblical worldview.
Dr. Robert S. Stewart Jr., Professor, Department Chair, Science, Technology, and Mathematics; phone: 757.352.4405; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn how to gather data and evidence employed in prosecuting cybercrimes, and to develop security safeguards and disaster recovery plans.
Analyze information system theories, practices and real-world problems in order to plan, coordinate and implement network security measures.
Develop ethical, innovative and practical intelligence and networking solutions from a global perspective, based on strategic technology applications and data-driven assessments.
Learn how to defend computer networks against attacks by worms, viruses and other criminal acts.
Prepare for a career in cybersecurity at Regent University. Contact us to learn more about our B.S. in Cybersecurity degree and begin learning the theories and practices that protect organizations' informational assets today.