Bachelor in Cyber Security is a study program offered by the Faculty of Economics, Technology, and Innovation.
This Bachelor study program is focused on technology, people, information, systems, and processes to enable assured cyber operations in the context of adversaries. The major is built on a technical foundation of computing and information technology. Students in this major acquire a background in cybersecurity related to information, software, systems, users, and organizations including aspects of policy, human factors, risk management, ethics, and impact on society.
The overall purpose of the study program is to provide students with fundamental and advanced computing systems knowledge and skills in the areas of information security, software security, system security, organizational security, and societal security, including law, policy, and ethics. Students will be able to apply these security principles and practices to the hardware, software, and human components of computer systems, and analyze, evaluate, and maintain operational systems in the presence of cyber risks and threats.
Graduates of this program can primarily work in a variety of roles within software engineering fields such as: