Major in Cybersecurity at UM-Flint
Cybersecurity has become a top priority for any organization when it comes to protecting its digital infrastructure and online activities. Sophisticated adversaries can easily find vulnerabilities and launch attacks on business servers or gain access to sensitive information for financial or political gains as technology continues its ever-increasing role in our daily lives. Earning a bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity prepares you to protect that sensitive digital information in a world that depends on, and is driven by, data. With the University of Michigan-Flint’s Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity, you’ll learn to keep individuals and organizations safe by gaining technical skills while growing your communication and leadership capabilities through real-world experience.
This wide-ranging field demands academic preparation spanning diverse concepts related to network administration, cryptography, software assurance, secure coding, security tools, security analysis, project management, incident response, automation, data science and data analytics, scripting, post-mortem deep forensics, ethical reasoning, malware behavior, and analysis. And the best place to gain that knowledge is at UM-Flint.
Facts about the UM-Flint Cybersecurity Degree Program:
- The program is advised by industry experts.
- Courses available in online, in-person and hybrid formats.
- Gain experience and college credit with a dedicated internship course.
- Taught by knowledgeable caring faculty.
- A variety of scholarships are available.
- UM-Flint is an excellent educational value.
All newly admitted CIT students and transfer students with 30 or fewer credits are eligible for our New Student Scholarship.