If you ever thought “putting on the armor of God” could mean source code, this is the program for you.
Your Profession, Your Purpose
Take your drive to protect. Layer on technical and tactical skills with network protocols and coding. Frame it with project management and leadership. Ground everything in a living faith with Christ at the center. Then, explore the world of cybersecurity like never before.
Programming. Network switching, routing, and security. Systems analysis, design, and security. Windows server installation. Even ethical hacking and systems defense. Prepare to take on the toughest technical challenges as you fight cybercrime and cyberterrorism.
Experience Learning in Internships and Technical Projects
Test your skills in the real world with a senior-year internship, a required part of our curriculum in Cybersecurity. Build your resume, connect with potential employers, and assess your strengths in real-time.
Communicate Like a Pro
Our small classes set up a good environment to learn to give and take feedback. We’ve built in a dedicated course on research and writing for cyber professionals. At every turn, we ask you to both learn more and share your learning in writing and presentations.
The National Security Agency (NSA) Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense publishes the national gold standard for cybersecurity education. NGU’s cybersecurity program aligns with these standards to prepare you for the field.
Official Academic Partner
Plus, NGU is an official academic partner of the EC-Council and CompTIA, providing you access to over 36 certification exams. From Ethical Hacker, Network Defender, and Encryption Specialist, to CompTIA Fundamentals, Cloud Essentials, and beyond—epic career prep begins day one.
Study Cybersecurity & Raise Your Perspective
Stories that Started Here
Brandy Hart Amidon ’02
Since graduating, I’ve used my financial expertise to provide budgetary guidance for Travelers Rest while serving as Mayor.
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