The Undergraduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Management will provide professionals with a comprehensive understanding of cybersecurity concepts and technologies.
The certificate is intended for students that want to study Cybersecurity Management but do not want to pursue a full bachelor’s degree in business.
This certificate requires:
Completion of 12 credit hours from the approved course list
Certificate courses must be completed with a C- or better
A minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA is required to earn the certificate
(all course attempts are included in the cumulative GPA)
Students who are not successfully completing the certificate courses (GPA below a 2.5 and grades below a C-) will be contacted by the College of Business and given an Academic Warning. Students who do not meet the certificate requirements (GPA minimum 2.5, courses completed with a C- or better) for any two semesters may be asked to leave the program.
Cybersecurity Management Courses
Complete three of the courses listed below based on the specific apprenticeship program track you are on. The final 3 credit hours will be completed through a project-based course/associated bootcamp within the apprenticeship track. Students are responsible for completing all course requisites; requisites are strictly enforced through the registration system.