Bachelor of Science in Computing and Information Sciences: Cybersecurity

The Cybersecurity specialization of this degree provides a firm foundation in networking and security.


National Security Agency logo

UWF has been designated as a
National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education
by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.

Department of Homeland Security Seal

This program meets NSA and DHS National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education ​criteria. Students who complete this program will receive the CAE-CDE certification on their transcripts and become eligible for ​CAE-CDE ​related scholarship​s,​ grants​, and career opportunities.​

The Bachelor of Science in Computing and Information Sciences with a specialization in Cybersecurity prepares graduates to be leaders in the protection of data assets and analysis of potential threats to system and networks. The curriculum focuses on the techniques, policies, operational procedures, and technologies that secure and defend the availability, integrity, authentication, confidentiality, and non repudiation of information and information systems, in local as well as more broadly based domains. The major helps prepare students for careers as information systems security professionals, senior system managers, and system administrators responsible for information systems and security of those systems.

Catalog Information

Flowcharts

Sample Curriculums

Sample Transfer Curriculums

Faculty Advising

Academic Learning Compact
View the Computer Science Department's Academic Learning Compact Computer Science

 

Contact:

Colleen Weathers-Alger
Advisor
Building 4 Room 225
cweathers@uwf.edu
850-474-2864
Andrew Chavers
Advisor
Building 4 Room 229
achavers@uwf.edu
850-857-6359


Computerscience@uwf.edu

Department of Computer Science
The University of West Florida
11000 University Parkway
Pensacola, FL 32514

Feedback

Feedback