Information security is more important now than ever before. With so much of our personal information stored and used online, the demand for network security and defense against malicious attacks is greater than ever and can provide a wealth of job opportunities for anyone with the skills and education to keep up with changing tides in information security.
Baker College has received the designation of National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) from the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. The prestigious designation recognizes the strengths and accomplishments of cybersecurity programs offered by Baker College.
Information Technology and Cybersecurity classes are taught on the Auburn Hills, Cadillac, Jackson, Muskegon, and Owosso campuses & through Baker Online. Beginning in 2022, these classes will be available on the new Royal Oak campus as well. Plus, general education and prerequisite courses are typically available through Baker Online, Online Live, and on all campuses throughout Michigan.Learn More
Information technology and cybersecurity has become one of the highest demand areas by employers. Information, whether personal or business, is extremely valuable, and there will always be individuals looking for ways to acquire it. Organizations need technology professionals who understand and can defend against the many threats to protect their valuable assets and run secure networks in today’s global business environment.
Earning an information technology and security degree prepares graduates for careers in network and computer systems administration; computer user support; information assurance and risk management; and cyber defense. Leveraging specialized skills and an understanding of business processes, students develop, troubleshoot, support and protect computer networks to help organizations operate more effectively and securely. Graduates can continue their education with a Master of Science in Information Systems degree.
The Baker College Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Cybersecurity degree program is a 4-year, 120 credit hours program. The program includes 30 hours in general education, 72 hours in the information technology and security major, and 18 hours in the information assurance and cybersecurity concentration. Program courses include ethical hacking, network intrusion, network defense, computer forensics, as well as a senior project and a 150-hour work experience course.
Baker College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission / 230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604-1411 / 800-621-7440 / www.hlccommission.org.
This program is offered in-person on our campuses in Auburn Hills, Cadillac, Jackson, Muskegon, and Owosso. Baker College online programs are available to students across the country. In Michigan our students come from Ann Arbor, Auburn Hills, Cadillac, Dearborn, Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids, Jackson, Lansing, Kalamazoo, Muskegon, Owosso, Traverse City, and many other locations. Beyond Michigan, our online graduates hail from Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and other states.
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Information Technology and Cybersecurity classes are taught on the Jackson, Muskegon, and Owosso campuses & through Baker Online. Beginning in 2022, these classes will be available on the new Royal Oak campus as well.View campus locations
Courses for this degree program are available through Baker Online.
100% online, this format offers flexible scheduling with 8-week semestersBaker Online
Core courses for this degree program are not offered through Online Live.
For those interested, a selection of general education and prerequisite courses are available through Online Live each semester.Online Live