Cybersecurity Engineering Specialization – CYSE

Become a cyber superhero!

Technology and the sustained flow of information now touches every part of our daily lives. Attacks on our interconnected financial networks, utility systems, and lines of communication, can be crippling to the pulse of organized society.

Industry and Government are demanding talent/skills in this discipline!

Associate of Science Degree
2 Years (4 Full-Time Semesters)

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With the proper selection of program electives, the Cybersecurity Engineering Specialization will directly transfer to the Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering at George Mason University. 

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NEW Cybersecurity Engineering Associate Degree

Cybersecurity Engineering Specialization Approval:  A new specialization in cybersecurity engineering was approved in April 2020 to begin in Fall 2020. The formal degree name is Associate of Science in Science: Cybersecurity Engineering (CYSE) Specialization.  The degree will transfer in its entirety to the Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security Engineering at George Mason University. Details of the degree can be viewed under the LFCC Cybersecurity Programs menu item of this site.

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