Study Discipline: Computer Science & IT
Study Programme Details
Country: United States
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session, Summer Session, Spring Session
Study Format: Part Time
Mode of Study: Online

Programme Type

Associate degree


24 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Dive into the dynamic field of cybersecurity and become a guardian against network, computer, and data breaches. Franklin University offers an A.S. Cybersecurity program, empowering you to master the skills needed to shield businesses from the potentially devastating impact of cyber attacks.


Franklin’s A.S. Cybersecurity program equips you with the knowledge and skills to make a tangible impact on business resilience against cyber threats. Delve into safeguarding sensitive information through risk identification, threat modeling, security testing, and monitoring, seamlessly integrating these activities into the systems development lifecycle.

This program goes beyond cybersecurity essentials, providing a comprehensive curriculum covering computer science, information technology, security, information systems, and web design. Explore critical aspects such as infrastructure security, cloud computing risks, cryptography, digital forensics, penetration testing, and enterprise risk management. Engage in hands-on lab assignments to gain practical experience in responding to malicious attacks and vulnerabilities.

The flexibility of online learning allows you to achieve a work-life-school balance, earning your degree conveniently. Moreover, laying the groundwork for your future, this program seamlessly transitions to Franklin’s B.S. Cybersecurity degree, unlocking a broader spectrum of career opportunities.

Admission Requirements

  • Graduation from an accredited high school or equivalent.
  • For transfer students with 60 or more credit hours, high school documentation may not be required.
  • Acceptable documentation includes an official high school transcript, GED certificate, or equivalent.
  • All transcripts from previously attended educational institutions must be submitted for assessment.

Embark on your journey into the field of cybersecurity by meeting Franklin University’s admission requirements, setting the stage for a rewarding educational experience.

Note: Bullet points are used for improved readability.

  • Problem Solving With Computing
  • Programming
  • Computer Networks
  • Database Management Systems
  •  Communication & Network Security
60 Credit Hours

the fee of course is 526USD per credit hours

Future Career Outcomes

Upon completing the A.S. Cybersecurity program, anticipate a future where your expertise in cybersecurity operations, risk management, and mitigation strategies positions you for success. Future career outcomes are promising, with opportunities in various sectors, reflecting the growing demand for skilled cybersecurity professionals.

Visa Requirements:

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