On Tuesday, March 5, Truett McConnell University’s Hans Hut School of Business announced the addition of several new Cyber Security degree programs. Beginning in the fall of 2024, students will be able to pursue a bachelor of science degree in business administration with a concentration in Cyber Security, a dual Bear program that combines a bachelor of science degree in business administration with an MBA concentration in cyber security, or a minor in cyber security. In addition, non-cyber degree seeking business students will have the option to take cyber security as a business elective. The cyber security courses will be exclusively available online.

Available cyber security courses include:
Technical Foundations of Cyber Security
Data Protection and Management
Policy and Governance in Cyber Security
Artificial Intelligence for Cyber Security
Secure Software Development
Cybersecurity and Business Management

“Our mission at TMU is to equip students with the Truth, through a Biblically-centered education, to fulfill the Great Commission” said Dr. Kimberly Maiocco, Dean of the College of Professional Studies and Chair of the School of Business. “The Cyber Security concentration embodies this mission in addressing the challenges of today’s digital landscape. We emphasis ethics throughout our program which not only prepares students to excel academically but also equips them with a strong moral compass that will greatly benefit future employers.”

Truett McConnell University is a private Christian liberal arts and sciences university located in Cleveland, Georgia, offering 50 different programs of study including baccalaureate and master’s degrees. The University boasts a 17:1 students to faculty ratio while 100% of incoming students receive financial aid. For more information about the Truett McConnell University, visit www.truett.edu.

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