Lynchburg Welcomes Cybersecurity Faculty
Elmer Hoeksema and Arjen Jansen have joined the University of Lynchburg Faculty as Co-Directors of the Graduate Certificate Program in Cybersecurity. Read more about Elmer and Arjen.
Concern over cybersecurity is no longer limited to defense contractors and government agencies, but has expanded into national retail and day-to-day consumer operations. Signs indicate that the demand for employees trained in cybersecurity is now surpassing the supply of qualified experts. Cybersecurity IT specialists are needed in fields such as finance, professional services, manufacturing, and defense sectors, among others.
The Cybersecurity Certificate program is designed for students with a bachelor’s degree in any field from a regionally-accredited institution and will provide you with the skills necessary to become a system/network administrator with an emphasis on cybersecurity.
Our daily life, economic vitality, and national security depend on a stable, safe, and resilient cyberspace.
– Department of Homeland Security
How the program works
The certificate requires the completion of four 3-credit courses, with each course building upon the previous course. Students will progress through the curriculum with each course building on the previous courses. Courses must be completed in succession.