Find Georgia Cyber Security Degrees

In Georgia, there are nine universities and colleges that have accredited programs in cybersecurity. Augusta has both a specialized two-year degree at a technical college and a full Master's degree in Information Security Management at Augusta University.

In the state's capitol, Atlanta is home to the Georgia Institute of Technology's cyber research program and certification process. Another major school, the University of Georgia, also has a full program.

Jump to list of campus and online Georgia cyber security degrees.

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Utica College

Bachelor Online BS in Cybersecurity Website

Aurora University

Bachelor Online BS in Cybersecurity Website

University of West Florida

Master Online Cybersecurity, M.S. Website

Norwich University

Bachelor Online BS in Cyber Security Website

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Master Master of Science in Cyber and Homeland Security Website

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Cyber Security Degrees in Georgia

Here is a list of Georgia cybersecurity degrees that are from NSA CAE Designated Institutions:

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NSA CAE Designated Institutions for Cyber Security in Georgia

When looking at educational programs in cybersecurity, it is important to look for colleges and universities that have been accredited by the National Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE). This is a combined effort from the National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to designate specific programs that will best prepare those that are looking for a career in cybersecurity.

Online Cyber Security Programs in Georgia

Being able to take classes online provides flexibility for the working professional to gain their footing in the cybersecurity field or advance in their career. Because the industry requires expert knowledge in information technology and software development, those interested in a cybersecurity career will need to be prepared with the knowledge and hands-on experience to succeed. Many programs that are online-based will feature virtual classrooms and labs that will provide education in the latest developments in the field and how to stabilize networks and prevent further attacks with the newest software.

Georgia Tech Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity

Georgia Tech has an online Master of Science in Cybersecurity that is identical to their on-campus program. There are 10 courses that fulfill the curriculum and an option for students to take three different tracks. The entire program can be completed online and within two to three years - the flexibility of coursework makes it ideal for those that are looking to continue as a working professional. The three areas of emphasis are in Information Security, Energy Systems, and Public Policy, and it is recommended that prospective students have related coursework and experience within the category.

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University of Delaware

Master Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity Website

St. Ambrose University

Bachelor Bachelor of Business Administration - Cybersecurity Management  Website

Bethel University

Bachelor Online B.S. Cyber Security Website

Lindenwood University

Bachelor Online BA Cybersecurity Website

Point University

Bachelor Bachelor of Science in Information Technology in Information Systems Security Website

Middle Georgia State University Cyber Security Degrees

The School of Computing at Middle Georgia State University also provides hybrid Bachelor's degrees within cybersecurity and digital forensics, and a Master's degree that can be completed online. For the BS in Cybersecurity, the first 60 credit hours are taken at the Dublin campus with a blend of online courses, then the rest of the program can be transferred to a different campus or online.

Master’s in Cyber Security Degrees in Georgia

For those that have some work experience in cybersecurity or a related field and are looking to advance their career, obtaining a Master’s degree could be an ideal option. In order to get into these programs, students should be able to demonstrate competence in computer science with other work experience or a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. Holding at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA is recommended, but students can also submit GMAT or GRE scores to improve their chances (in some cases, these are also required for admittance). Prior coursework should consist of various levels of calculus, computer programming, and data structuring.

There are a handful of institutions throughout Georgia that offer a Master’s degree in cybersecurity. Augusta University has a Master of Science in Information Security Management that has a curriculum of 10 courses. Students must have some flexibility in completing courses on-campus, on weekends, and online. All courses are predetermined without any electives, and some example courses in the program include Principles of Information Security Management, Legal Issues in Information Security, and Organizational Behavior.

Getting Started Working in Cyber Security in Georgia

Georgia Cyber Security Careers

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, information security analysts are well represented in the Atlanta, Sandy Springs, and Roswell metropolitan area. There are around 2,500 people employed at this job position, and the annual salary average for these tech analysts are $96,220. This is slightly lower than other major cities, but still one of the top locations overall.

Atlanta holds the most job opportunities in this sector with Deloitte and KPMG being the two biggest professional services. Professionals in Cyber Data Protection will help clients protect their private information through various encryption processes and they will work closely with them to improve their security efforts.

Top Cyber Security and Tech Employers and Organizations in Georgia

Augusta University is helping boost the cybersecurity workforce by creating the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center to satisfy demand for more workers in the industry. The $50 million facility has specialized training to enhance network security for public and private organizations, and protect government services. The Cyber Institute at Augusta University has been established since 2015 and offers two different levels of their Cyber Defender certification.

Available Online Cyber Security Programs for Georgia

List of Campus Based Georgia Cyber Security Programs

NSA/DHS Designation: The National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security have designated certain institutions as a CAE, or Center of Academic Excellence. We have labeled each program based on their designation:
CAE-2Y: 2 Year Program CAE-CD: Cyber Defense CAE-CO: Cyber Operations CAE-R: Research Program

Campus-Based and Online Cyber Security Programs:

There are 11 cybersecurity programs in Georgia.
Augusta Technical College
  • 2 Year Cyber Security Program 2 Year Cyber Defense CAE-2Y
Augusta University
  • Cyber Defense CAE-CD
Columbus State University
  • Cyber Defense CAE-CD
Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Cyber Defense CAE-R
Georgia Southern University - Armstrong Campus
  • Cyber Defense CAE-CD
Kennesaw State University
  • Cyber Defense CAE-CD
  • Cyber Defense CAE-CD
Middle Georgia State University
  • MSIT Cyber Defense CAE-CD
  • Cyber Defense CAE-CD
University of Georgia
  • Cyber Defense CAE-R
University of North Georgia
  • Cyber Defense CAE-CD
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