Students earning this degree will be prepared to advance in the growing and challenging field of Cybersecurity. The program offers students the opportunity to learn both tactical and strategic perspectives of Cybersecurity. The combination of tactical and strategic perspectives enables students to become practitioners and leaders in the field of Cybersecurity.
- Create and deliver a presentation that adheres to oral presentation best practices.
- Prepare and deliver a professional presentation related to Cybersecurity.
- Determine the appropriate verbal communication medium (phone call, meeting, presentation, etc.) for a given situation.
- Develop an effective verbal communication strategy for a given situation.
- Determine the appropriate written communication medium (email, text, report, etc.) for a given situation.
- Develop an effective written communication strategy for a given situation.
- Correctly use citations, quotations, and references to support written/typed material.
- Correctly format citations, quotations, and references in accordance with the APA Manual’s standards
- Format written/typed material, including tables and figures, in accordance with the APA Manual’s standards, including APA style and format.
- Solve an IT/IS and/or Cybersecurity related problem / scenario.
- Utilize quantitative, qualitative and /or scientific reasoning to solve problems.
- Use/Apply critical thinking strategies, including reasoning, problem solving, analysis and evaluation.
- Define a problem or issue and develop questions and methods to address the problem or issue and/or to create new knowledge.
- Identify and analyze the applicability and reliability of research information.
- Use applicable and reliable research information as support for group and/or individual assignments.
- Critique a scenario/case study involving a Cybersecurity ethical dilemma.
- Apply a Cybersecurity best practice to a scenario.
- Compare and contrast a given set of Cybersecurity best practices.
- Develop a Cybersecurity plan for a given situation/case study.
- Analyze / critique a Cybersecurity plan.
- Compare and contrast a given set of Cybersecurity methodologies.
- Apply/utilize the appropriate Cybersecurity tool for a given situation/case study.
- Describe a given Cybersecurity technique.
Cost and Schedule
Guild provides reduced cost education for working adults. We’ll help you have an affordable path to move your education forward.
The Lifelong Learning Credit (up to $2000) and the American Opportunity Tax Credit* (up to $2500) are both available annually to U.S. students.
Guild negotiates reduced tuition with partner colleges and programs, giving you affordable options from the start.
Guild works with your employer to offer corporate tuition assistance to qualified employees.
Guild is committed to reduce the cost of higher education for hard-working adults. We'll help make an affordable path to move your education forward.
* The American Opportunity Tax Credit is only available for eligible students in undergrad or master's degree programs. All other funding categories are available for all eligible students. Please check with your individual employer to verify your eligibility.
Guild is designed for working adults. With 100% online classes, you work and study when it’s most convenient for you.
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