Cybersecurity Minor

Program Type
Est. Time to Complete
2-4 Years
Graham School of Business
Delivery Mode
On Campus

The Cybersecurity minor is designed for students who want data privacy and cybersecurity skills to supplement their major and/or career fields.  This minor would be especially advantageous to students interested in information security, operational decision-making, and/or business intelligence.

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