INDIANA STATE HOPES TO STRENGTHEN TECHNOLOGICAL KNOW-HOW EDUCATION AND LEARNING
Indiana State University has announced that they are hoping to strengthen technological know-how education and learning by launching a new graduate program. This new program is geared towards educating students in the new and emerging fields of Information Technology and Cyber Security.
The school has recognized that with the growth of modern technology, there is an ever-increasing need for individuals who understand the complexities of IT and cybersecurity. By launching this program, the university emphasizes that they are committed to producing a pipeline of knowledgeable employees who are prepared to enter the workforce in this field.
The new program will provide students with an array of courses that feature topics such as preventative security mechanisms, data analytics, software engineering, ethical hacking, cryptography, and cyber law. These courses will alternate between in-class instruction and real-world simulations, allowing for hands-on experience. Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to acquire extensive theoretical knowledge, have developed technical skills, and have a developed moral compass of ethical cyber security practices.
To make the program more attainable and affordable to potential students, the university is offering a flat fee rate which includes the cost of attendance and all associated course materials. Scholarships are also available to offset the cost.
Indiana State believes that by offering this new program, they will not only meet the growing demand for security-minded professionals, but are also cultivating an environment where students can have an interdisciplinary education and gain the skills necessary to succeed in an ever-changing technological landscape.
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