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Security

IT Security Degree Programs

Computers hold more and more of our sensitive data. While this makes more efficient banking, health care, and shopping possible, the risks to identities and safety when data is leaked or stolen are also more severe. 
 
Securing IT systems to prevent data loss and digitally tracing breaches after they happen have become increasingly important. And new threats are developing daily.
 
Our schools provide a range of IT security-related degree programs designed to produce graduates with the skills and knowledge needed to perform vital defense and recovery services in IT.
 
IT Security Degrees: What You Can Learn
 
At all levels, our IT schools teach students in security-related degree programs fundamentals of computing and networking along with courses intended to help them understand how data breaches occur. Topics covered may include:
 
  • Security compliance
  • Cloud computing 
  • Disaster recovery
  • Ethical hacking
  • Risk management
  • Forensics
 
The depth and complexity of course topics will depend on the level of the degree. Associate degrees prepare students to pursue support positions. Bachelor degrees are an entry-level qualification, and master’s degrees are for experienced professionals who hold a bachelor’s degree.
 
Our IT Security Degree Programs
 
Browse the list of programs below to find the school and degree course that’s right for you!
AIU - Houston
Bachelor Degree Computer Forensics/Digital Security
Bachelor Degree Information Assurance and Security
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AIU - Online
Bachelor Degree Computer Forensics/Digital Security
Bachelor Degree Information Assurance and Security
Master's Degree Information Assurance and Security
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CTU - Colorado Springs
Associate Degree Computer Systems Security
Bachelor Degree Computer Systems Security
Bachelor Degree Information Assurance and Security
Master's Degree Security Management
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CTU - Denver
Bachelor Degree Information Assurance and Security
Master's Degree Information Assurance and Security
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CTU - Online
Bachelor Degree Security
Master's Degree Information Assurance and Security
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To learn more about our IT degree programs focused on security, fill out the form to the right today!

*Estimates given are projected national averages. Local markets will vary. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition, Computer Support Specialists, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos306.htm (visited September 05, 2011).