Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology and Security Systems
As technology continues to evolve, businesses will find an increasing need for qualified information technology professionals. With an information security degree from Southern Technical College, you can prepare for a challenging career that will keep you on your toes.
These IT security degree programs are designed to help you become skilled in the identification of computer security vulnerabilities and develop a level of specialization in information security beyond what is provided by more general programs. This program gives you sufficient time to explore the issues and technologies of computer and network security, and to develop the skills needed to design or troubleshoot an organization’s security systems procedures, standards, protocols and policies, as well as ensure that operational security is in compliance with standards, policies and laws.
Many core courses in our information security degree program apply directly to industry standard certifications, such as CompTIA, Microsoft, Cisco and Computer Forensics Investigation. In this program, you can study advanced project management, network security, security systems, computer forensics and investigations, advanced network forensics, client-server network operating systems, digital home technology integration, routers, and network security.
If you’re looking at IT security degree programs, consider Southern Technical College. Our experienced instructors and dedicated staff members can help you take your career to the next level!
How long will it take me to complete this program?
The program is designed to take 176 weeks to complete. Of those that completed the program in 2013-2014, *% finished in 176 weeks.
*Fewer than 10 students completed this program in 2013-14. The number who finished within the normal time has been withheld to preserve the confidentiality of the students.
What are my chances of getting a job when I graduate?
The job placement rate for students who completed this program is *%.
*We are required to calculate this information; however, due to privacy concerns, we are unable to provide this data.