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If you would like to start or continue your career as an information security analyst, then the Lindenwood University's bachelor of science (BS) degree in cybersecurity is designed for you. What does an information security analyst do? An analyst evaluates, plans, and helps to protect an organization's computer networks and systems.

The BS in cybersecurity degree program at Lindenwood University is intended for those who are already working and would like to take a compressed scheduled of evening classes, while completing out-of-class assignments, to earn an undergraduate information security degree. Classes are purposely kept small to encourage active learning. Classes are held at multiple convenient locations throughout the St. Louis area so your commute is short.

The Cybersecurity (BS) is offered in both traditional and online formats.

Faculty with Cybersecurity Experience

The cybersecurity instructors at Lindenwood University each have applicable real-world experience in their course areas. This gives you the opportunity to learn about day-to-day activities and also understand the scope of projects that you will be expected to complete once employed as an information security analyst. You also will have the opportunity to network with others in your classes.

Earning a Cybersecurity Degree at Lindenwood University

We understand that many adults—especially those who have been in the workforce for years—may require some help with admissions policies, financial aid options, and academic support areas like tutoring and career services. We’re here to help you every step of the way.

The demand for information security analysts continues to rise. This program in cybersecurity allows you to fast-track this degree so that you can quickly begin a promising career. The Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity requires 63-semester hours of credit in the major beyond the general education requirements.

What Can I Do With a Cybersecurity Degree From Lindenwood University?

In the past few years, the number of malicious cyber attacks has greatly increased, causing billions of dollars in losses, damaging companies’ reputations, and decreasing consumer trust. The financial implications and related operational issues have led many companies to hire information security analysts to assess and repair vulnerable computer systems and cloud networks, strengthening them to withstand even the toughest cyber-attacks. With so much data stretching across so many computer networks—from financial information to customer databases to company infrastructures—these analysts have their choice of jobs in any industry, including local, state, and federal government. With a BS in cybersecurity from the Lindenwood University, you will have that opportunity. The Occupational Outlook Handbook at the Bureau of Labor Statistics is a great resource to help you decide which career path to take.

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