American InterContinental University

Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT) - Security

AIU Online's Bachelor of Information Technology degree completion program with a concentration in Security allows students to focus their studies on an area that is gaining more and more attention from an increasingly security-conscious business community.

Career-focused course content is geared towards students wishing to pursue such diverse and interesting career opportunities as Internet Security Administrator, Network Security Engineer, Application Security Architect, C&A Security Consultant, Risk Assessment Specialist and many others.

Instructors, many with real-world experience in this exciting field will offer students an opportunity to gain industry-applicable knowledge regarding information technology security issues, tools, and practices. Students can learn to analyze Internet security issues within the business environment, including the impact of ethics, behavior, and human resources policies and procedures on the security of organizational computer systems.

This degree is an accelerated program that can be completed online with great flexibility . AIU is aware that focused professionals need to keep their knowledge and expertise current with industry standards in order to be acknowledged for their accomplishments and considered for the future, so AIU degree programs are updated to keep pace with the ever-changing theories and practices of their respective disciplines .The AIU community believes it has a special commitment to support each individual's goals and emphasis on the educational, professional, and personal growth of each student.

This is a Bachelor's degree completion program and assumes that all associate-level requirements have been met through an associate degree or the equivalent.

Accreditation:

American InterContinental University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association.

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