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​Seth Hamman instructs a computer science class at Cedarville University. Photo by Scott Huck, Cedarville University

Abstract

As cybercrimes become increasingly more common and sophisticated, Cedarville University is responding by adding a cybersecurity track to its computer science major. The new track, available in August with the start of the 2016-17 academic year, is based on five core courses that will equip students to better respond to the growing cyberattacks.

Publication Date

5-24-2016

Keywords

Cedarville, Cedarville University, cybersecurity, computer science major

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