Secure a position in a growing job market.

Information security is more important now than ever been 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.

Our Bachelor of Science program in information technology and security with a concentration in information assurance/cyber defense is led by IT professionals following a curriculum designed to provide a solid foundation in security across a number of different systems and platforms. We’ll teach you platform security, network security, operating system security, and much more. Along the way you will learn how to analyze and respond to computer infrastructure problems, identify internal and external threats, and other vital skills needed to keep up in the ever-changing world of information security.

Once you graduate, you’ll have a perfect range of skills to start building your career in cyber defense and information security, with all the job opportunities the industry has to offer.

Academic Policies & Requirements 

Associate of Applied Science — Information Technology: Cyber Security (107kb)

Career Facts

$92,600

Median Yearly Income

18%

Outlook 2014 - 2024

$130,254

Median Salary for Executives

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To look around the corner and into the future, to embrace what is, to imagine what could be and work to incorporate those new concepts into out curriculum keeping our students at the leading edge of technology…

- Dr. Richard Bush, Baker College Dean of Information Technology
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