The global demand for cybersecurity experts is growing as threat actors try to infiltrate and compromise enterprise networks. The Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity program is designed specifically for students interested in entering the high-demand field of cybersecurity. The program will prepare students to develop a deeper understanding of current information and system protection technology and methods. Two options are available for the students in taking the course. The first option is a three-year undergraduate course with a two-year graduate school undertaking for a total of five years. And the second option is to finish it as a four-year undergraduate course.
Under the guidance of faculty with field experience, our graduates will be prepared to tackle issues in the real world and create and implement effective security measures that protect the security of the IT infrastructure. Students will acquire a firm foundation in traditional computer and network security concepts and techniques. Additionally, the course is designed to address the evolving landscape of secure computing, which now encompasses computers and network-enabled devices such as smartphones, tablet computers, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
The BSCS program aligns with Institution's desire to transform students with persons of conscience, compassion, and competence. It strengthens its multi-disciplinary approach by offering common courses that broaden students’ knowledge to different field of Information Technology by implementing the PEOs which are:
Program Learning Outcomes
The PLOs are anchored and aligned in the stipulated Graduate Outcomes based on CMO No. 25 Series of 2015 which are as follows:
The following 7 proficiencies shall be the foundation of the HAU educational experience and shall serve as general student learning outcomes in broad and integrative knowledge in all degree programs.
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