Many cybersecurity professionals start out with just an associate's degree or certification, and they don't want to leave their job to go back to school. As BDC editors explain, "Working adults looking for an online cybersecurity degree are looking for a program that will pay off in the short term and long term." However, the editors warn prospective students against poor choices: "some not-so-credible options exist. These programs don't have cybersecurity accreditation or possibly any accreditation." One sure thing is that "The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence also works with academic institutions to determine the schools that provide high-quality cybersecurity programs." Whether they are new high school graduates just starting their cybersecurity career path, or working adults planning the next leap forward in their career, Bachelor's Degree Center's rankings of the best cybersecurity bachelor's degree programs are designed to show them the way to a rewarding career and a degree that will return their investment.
Read more at: PRNewswire