Getting Your Cybersecurity Bachelor’s Degree

Continue your education after an associate degree in Cybersecurity and Network Engineering, or broaden your IT knowledge into information security and digital forensics, with bachelor’s degree program in cybersecurity.

Find a dynamic, hands-on program for security professionals with the Cybersecurity and Network Engineering bachelor’s degree program at NEIT.

The Department of Homeland Security and the National Security Agency have designated NEIT as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE), showing the value students find in our cybersecurity degree programs.

What to Expect from our Cybersecurity Bachelor’s Degree

With the Cybersecurity and Network Engineering bachelor’s degree from New England Tech, you’ll combine security theory with hands-on practices. From day one, you’ll learn to see critical security threats like hacking, identity theft, viruses, and money laundering.

Learn from faculty who are industry leaders in cybersecurity. Use network security technology and software, and understand best practices in computer networks and information systems. Gain real-world experience in handling security tools and evolving threats.

As a graduate, you’ll be eligible to take internationally recognized security certification exams, including the highly-prized CompTIA Security+ and Network+ exams, and the Cisco Certified Network Associate Certification.

Our graduates work at top firms, handling some of the world’s most complex security threats. Come and join them.

Career Opportunities with a Cybersecurity Bachelor’s Degree

With a Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity and Network Engineering, you’ll be ready for job opportunities like network engineer, systems or network administrator, network security specialist, digital forensics specialist, and other roles.

Cybersecurity Bachelor’s Degree Program