Cyber Sciences

AU Army ROTC provides scholarship opportunities, leadership training, upper division placement, and a future career to college Cyber Sciences students.  Students may enroll as a freshman, sophomore, or as late as their junior year in college.  Upon successful completion of the program, students are commissioned as officers US Army Cyber Command in the active Army and the Army Reserves.

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William Green

  • MA in Intelligence and Security Studies
  • I chose Augusta University because I wanted to take my career to the next level and serve my country in a way that matters.

 

Financial Benefits

There are two, three, and four year scholarships available to students. These scholarships provide:

  • 100% tuition and mandatory fees
  • $1200 for textbooks per year
  • Monthly tax free stipend from $300-500 per month to defray the cost of living

What's the student's responsibility?

If you want to try the program out first, there is no obligation for taking the class during your Freshman and Sophomore year. It’s like test driving a car. See if it’s for you. If not, drop it like any other class. If it is, apply for a scholarship.

  • Attend ROTC classes (meet 2 times per week)
  • Attend ROTC lab (once every week)
  • Attend physical training sessions (3 times per week)
  • Attend field training exercises (Once a semester)
  • Attend and successfully complete Advanced Camp at Fort Knox, Kentucky
  • Maintain a GPA of 2.5
  • Receive a Bachelor of Science in relevant field of discipline from the College of Science and Mathematics or the School of Computer & Cyber Sciences.
    Note: Although not exclusively, the Cyber Corps highly values officers with a higher education in relevant Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines and majors. Learn more about entering the Army Cyber profession.
The Cyber Direct Commissioning Program allows professionals with highly specialized programming, coding, and analytical skill to be appointed as an officer. Cadets can enroll in this program either during school or upon graduation.

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER GRADUATION?

Graduates of programs in AU School of Computer and Cyber Sciences with a minor in Military Science will have an opportunity to receive a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army Cyber Command. After commissioning, you will attend the Cyber Basic Officer Leadership Course in Fort Gordon, Georgia, which is designed for newly commissioned Army Cyber Officers. You will learn about cyber operation tactics in both defense and offense. In addition, upon completing the course, you will receive certificates such as information systems security, Cisco Certified Network Associate, and many more. 

Army Cyber Training

WHAT IS THE SERVICE OBLIGATION?

An individual incurs no obligation to the military through application for a scholarship or initial scholarship acceptance. An obligation occurs only at the time that the military begins paying for a student’s education. 

Active duty commitment for scholarship students is four years.  You then have the choice to exit active duty and complete four years in the Army Reserves or Inactive Ready Reserves. 

Careers FOR ARMY Cyber CADETS

US Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) operates and defends Army networks and cyberspace against adversaries. It conducts global operations around the clock to defend the nation, with around 16,500 soldiers and civilians in four states and in five countries around the world. Cadets who graduates with a cyber degree and receive commissioning in the US Army can become a Cyber Operations Officer (17A). As the leader of the cyber mission force teams, the officers are frontline workers of US cyberspace, who are responsible to plan and execute operations against adversaries. 

Army Cyber Career

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