Find Wyoming Cyber Security Degrees

The National Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE) is a joint effort from the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to accredit institutions that have the best curricula to prepare eventual graduates for their cybersecurity career.

At this time, there are no institutions that meet this criteria in the state of Wyoming.

There is a push to make the University of Wyoming accredited as a CAE with their Cybersecurity Education and Research Center, which has future goals of holding a Computer Science major with a concentration in cybersecurity and developing a laboratory for the curriculum.

You might consider an online cybersecurity program or a non CAE designation institution. Be sure to speak with the university's admissions or cybersecurity department (often the computer science or engineering department) to ensure it is an accredited university with a quality cybersecurity program.

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

Consider a featured online cybersecurity program currently taking applications:
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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 Wyoming

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

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Online Cyber Security Programs in Wyoming

At this time, there are no online opportunities for cybersecurity education in the state of Wyoming. However, residents in the state are open to looking at other schools across the nation to receive the best education from a designated CAE. Online courses provide an ability to break into the cybersecurity industry or for information technology experts to transition into a new career.

Typically, online programs will be available in mostly asynchronous format with requirements to complete assignments and exams within specific deadlines.

Students will need to check with the institution to see if they have the correct computer devices and software needed to complete the program. Common requirements include a Windows or Mac computer, internet access, and the Google Chrome or Firefox internet browser.

Master's in Cyber Security Degrees in Wyoming

Pursuing a higher-level program, such as a Master's degree, in cybersecurity will have many requirements for admission. Holding an undergraduate degree, typically a Bachelor's degree, with a cumulative 3.0 GPA is at least recommended.

Higher scores are especially beneficial in the later years of the program. Prior coursework should be completed in multiple levels of calculus and computer programming. In some cases, entrance exam scores, such as the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), will need to be submitted, or they will be optional and prospective students can use them to enhance their application.

Featured online cybersecurity programs:
School Level Program Admissions

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

Getting Started Working in Cyber Security in Wyoming

Wyoming does not currently have a designated CAE institution, but there are alternative educational choices at Casper College, Laramie County Community College, and Sheridan College.

All of these schools provide an associates degree in cybersecurity or computer security, and Casper and Sheridan Colleges have certifications in this field. Another alternative is going to conferences and events in the state that focus on cybersecurity.

This topic is discussed at the Wyoming Global Technology Summit that takes place each fall in Jackson Hole.

Wyoming Cyber Security Careers and Organizations

When compared to other states, there is not much demand for cybersecurity jobs in Wyoming. Cheyenne is one of the better cities in finding opportunities with the Warren Air Force Base, and Green House Data is an IT services company that provides cloud platforming, counseling services, Microsoft solutions, and disaster recovery.

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary for an information security analyst in the state of Wyoming is around $73,280 with just around 50 workers.

Available Online Cyber Security Programs for Wyoming

List of Campus Based Wyoming 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 0 cybersecurity programs in Wyoming.
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