The Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering program moves beyond the disciplinary
boundaries approach of computer engineering, computer science, information technology,
information systems and software engineering.
Augusta University’s program will train professional engineers who are capable of
applying mathematics, science, and engineering knowledge to analyze and design complex
systems that address:
The application of security principles and practices to the design, implementation,
and operations of the physical, software, and human components of the system under
The application of protective technologies and forensic techniques.
The analysis and evaluation of components and systems with respect to security and
to maintaining operations in the presence of risks and threats, and the consideration
of legal, regulatory, privacy, ethics, and human behavior topics as they relate to
Our program aligns with the ABET Engineering Accreditation Commission Program criteria for cybersecurity engineering
and the Joint Task Force on Cybersecurity Education curriculum guidelines. With the
development of this degree program, Augusta University will be eligible to earn designation
as a National Security Agency (NSA) Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations (CAE-Cyber Operations).
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WHAT YOU'LL STUDY
In the Cybersecurity Engineering program,
you’ll study things like computer programing, malware analysis and reverse engineering,
defensive cyber operations and cyber intelligence and policy.
What can I do with a Cybersecurity Engineering degree?
These are a few of the job opportunities available for students who graduate from
the Cybersecurity Engineering program:
Cyber Security Analyst
This could be you! The Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering program is
one of our newest degree programs and our first group of alumni from this program
graduated in 2022.