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WGU Nevada Launches Bachelor’s in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance

News Brief - 4/6/17

New online, competency-based program will prepare IT professionals to safeguard infrastructure and secure data

LAS VEGAS — To help meet the increasing demand for cybersecurity professionals in today’s workforce, WGU Nevada is now offering a Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance (BSCSIA) degree program. This new program, which includes important industry certifications, will prepare students to use knowledge and experience in risk management and digital forensics to safeguard infrastructure and secure data through continuity planning and disaster recovery operations.

Learn more about WGU Nevada’s degree programs at nevada.wgu.edu/degrees_and_programs and by following @WGUNevada on social media.

Offered through WGU Nevada’s College of Information Technology, the BSCSIA was created in collaboration with industry and academic experts, ensuring that the coursework is relevant for today’s cybersecurity needs. Students can apply now and begin their BSCSIA program as early as June 1, 2017.

Coursework in the BSCSIA includes IT fundamentals, training in using software analysis techniques, web engineering, cloud management, and networking strategies to prevent, detect, and mitigate cyberattacks. This program also features nationally recognized, high-demand certifications in the field of cybersecurity from CompTIA, ISACA, Certified Internet Webmaster, and more, that BSCSIA students can earn at no additional charge.

The BSCSIA, like all WGU Nevada programs, is online and competency-based, allowing working professionals to study and learn on their own schedules and advance as soon as they demonstrate mastery of course materials. WGU Nevada’s affordable tuition of about $6,000 per year and flexible learning model make it possible for busy adult students to earn an accredited degree that includes industry certifications on a busy schedule.

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