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Combined Degree: Cybersecurity, B.S. and M.S.

Grand Valley State University combined degree programs offer students the opportunity to complete both an undergraduate and graduate degree, meeting their unique personal, academic, and career goals. Pursuing a combined degree can reduce the cost and total time required to complete both.


7%
National Job Growth

Job opportunities in the cybersecurity field are projected to grow 7% in the United States by 2026.

6%
West Michigan Job Growth

Job opportunities in the cybersecurity field are projected to grow 7% in West Michigan by 2026.

Less money. Less time.

Combined degree programs offer students the opportunity to complete both an undergraduate and graduate degree, meeting their unique personal, academic, and career goals.


Source: EMSI, 2022

Program Overview

Cybersecurity is focused on protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data, information, and computer systems. Graduates possess the knowledge and practical, hands-on expertise to defend an organization's system from a wide variety of internal and external threats. The cybersecurity Master's program adds additional depth, creating further opportunities for advancement in the field. The Master's degree will enhance the student's skills to recognize, prepare for, defend against, analyze, and investigate current and future threats.

Qualified undergraduates may be admitted to the program and obtain both a B.S. and M.S. in cybersecurity within the accelerated time frame. Students apply for the combined program during their second academic year. Requirements include:

Why Pursue a Cybersecurity Combined Degree at Grand Valley?

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Program Details