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BS in IT w/Emphasis in Networking/Cyber Security

Careers in Cyber Security
Lindenwood University’s evening college (LCIE) is offering a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with and emphasis in Network and Cyber Security. This accelerated program can be completed by attending evening classes once per week. LCIE is for busy working adults interested in learning to solve real word problems. The most career option for graduates in this emphasis is Information Security Analyst. Other similar careers are also available.

What Information Security Analysts Do
Information security analysts plan and carry out security measures to protect an organization's computer networks and systems. Their responsibilities are continually expanding as the number of cyber-attacks increase.*

Work Environment
Most information security analysts work for computer companies, consulting firms, and business and financial companies.*

How to Become an Information Security Analyst
Most information security analysts have a bachelor’s degree in a computer-related field. They also usually need experience in a related occupation.*

Pay
The median annual wage for information security analysts was $86,170 in May 2012.*

Job Outlook
Employment of information security analysts is projected to grow 37 percent from 2012 to 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations. Demand for information security analysts is expected to be very high as these analysts will be needed to come up with innovative solutions to prevent hackers from stealing critical information or creating havoc on computer networks.*

* From Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with Network/Cyber Security Emphasis requires:

46 hours of general education courses,
25 hours of elective courses, plus

Foundations in Information Technology Cluster
IIT 21100 The IT Professional (3)
IIT 21200 Database Basics (3)
IIT 21400 Introduction to Networks (3)

Networking Cluster
IIT 32100 Networking Essentials (3)
IIT 32200 Network Applications (3)
IIT 32300 Network Implementation – A Case Study and Simulation (3)

Advanced Networking Cluster
IIT 42100 General Network Administration (3)
IIT 42200 Network Applications – Client Server (3)
IIT 42300 Problem Solving – Network Applications (3)

Cyber Security Cluster
IIT 33200 Fundamentals of Cyber Security (3)
IIT 33300 Secure Social Interactions in a Digital World (3)
IIT 33400 Ethical Issues in Cyber Security (3)

Cybercrime Cluster
ICJ 35100 Investigating Cybercrime (3)
ICJ 35200 Digital Evidence (3)
ICJ 35300 Case Studies in Cybercrime (3)

Project Management Cluster
IIT 33100 Project Cost and Schedule Estimating (3)
IIT 43200 Project Management Process (3)
IIT 43300 Cost and Scheduling Applications (3)

Capstone
IIT 48900 Information Technology Capstone (3)

Contact IT Program Director Dr. Tom Cupples with any questions about our program:

Tom Cupples, EdD, CISSP
Director, Information Technology Programs, LCIE
Lindenwood University
Phone: (636) 949-4708
tcupples@lindenwood.edu

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