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Cybersecurity

Bachelor of Science

Take your place on the digital front lines. 

As the world’s dependence on computers and information systems continues to deepen, the need for information technology professionals is growing — especially those in the field of cybersecurity. A degree in cybersecurity will prepare you to take your place on the front lines of the fight to keep sensitive and private data safe.

As the world continues to go digital, so does the world of crime. As a cybersecurity graduate from Regis, you’ll be ready to solve cybersecurity problems, implement strategic policies and protect private and sensitive data when it matters most.

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Program Snapshot

Program Format
Online courses are taught in 8-week terms

Credits for Completion
120 credit hours

Cost of Tuition
$555 per credit hour

Sample Cybersecurity Classes

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CSEC 320: Cyber Threats and Defense

Learn to recognize and mitigate threats to computer systems and networks through examining topics such as access and flow controls and cryptography.

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CSEC 336: Database Management Security

Focus on how to protect database systems confidentiality, integrity and availablility through design and security measures.

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CSEC 380: Digital Forensics

Apply forensics techniques to investigate and analyze a system through tecnical topics such as hashes, sparse/full imaging, slack space and hidden files/partitions.

Program Details

Get all the details on our B.S. Cybersecurity program, including course requirements and application materials. 

Cybersecurity Career Paths

Digital Forensic Analyst

Forensic Analysts work closely with crime scene investigators and examine all evidence in relation to digital and cyber crimes, such as phishing attempts, cyber attacks and ransomware infestations. 


Information Security Officer

Information Security Analysts are responsible for the management of all computer networks to prevent security breaches. Information Security Analysts implement security features and investigate all cyber security incidents.


Security Systems Administrator

Security systems administrators provide guidance to companies or organizations about their internal technology systems. Security systems administrators monitor daily operations of systems and complete maintenance on the systems when needed.


Security Architect

Security architects are responsible for reviewing system security measures for a business or organization and recommending ways to enhance security. Security architects monitor network security and create breach of security response plans.


Cryptographer

Cryptographers assist law enforcement agencies with crimes and threats by decoding encrypted data. Cryptographers protect important data as well such as military, financial and political data.


Cybersecurity Specialist

Cybersecurity specialists are responsible for monitoring software and systems that are in the process of being developed. Cybersecurity specialists build additional firewalls and other defense mechanisms into systems over time to increase protection.


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Combine your Bachelor's and Master's Degrees

Earn both a bachelor's and master's degree at the same time and get on the fast track to success. Through our combined program options, you can complete both degree programs at a faster pace and a more affordable cost.

How to Apply

To apply to the B.S. Cybersecurity program, you will need: 

  • Completed online application
  • Official transcript(s) from prior colleges
  • Resume
  • Essay

The first step in the application process is to contact an admissions counselor, who can evaluate your prior learning credit, provide information regarding financial aid and tuition assistance and help you through the entire application process. 

Tuition and Fees

Program tuition: $555 per credit hour
Total program credits: 120
Fees: $75 technology fee per course

Total program credits are the number of credit hours required for graduation. Students transferring credit may be required to complete a smaller number of credits at Regis. 

Curious about financial aid options? Regis also offers a variety of scholarships, grants and other programs to help you pay for school. Visit Financial Aid for more information.

Rolling Admissions

Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. It is recommended you apply to this program at least 4 weeks prior to your desired start date.

Starts are offered in January, March, May, July, August and October.