Information security focuses on risk management/mitigation, policy, and planning for the protection of information. Students focus on key areas in both political science and computer science to gain an understanding of this increasingly important area. These programs are unique from public universities in providing students the inclusion of Christian ethics as a foundation in preparing for a career in public service.
What classes will I take?
- Public Policy
- Political Science Research Methods
- Intelligence and Security Studies
What kind of jobs can I anticipate after graduation?
- Forensics expert
- Security administrator
- Vulnerability assessor
What experiences will I have?
Students have the opportunity to learn from Anderson University President John Pistole, former TSA director and FBI deputy director, and through professionals in the National Security Studies Fellows.
Contact Dr. Jennifer Coy (email@example.com), Dr. Michael Frank (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Dr. Kyle Tarplee (email@example.com) for more information on the information security program or schedule a campus visit.