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BS Major


Gain the technical expertise needed to protect sensitive data and systems.

The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Cybersecurity degree program at Geneva College teaches you vital  skills such as programming, ethical hacking, and data management to succeed in the digital world. Through immersive, hands-on classes rooted in biblical principles, each guided by seasoned cybersecurity experts, you graduate prepared to make a meaningful impact in any organization.

Geneva’s Bachelor’s in Cybersecurity prepares you to launch a rewarding career and foster a secure digital environment.

Become a Trusted Professional

Apply forensic methods to recover data and investigate hacking and intrusions

Theory Into Practice

Use what you learn in the classroom in labs and hands-on applications

Learn from Professionals

Courses led by professors with extensive global experience in the cybersecurity field

Key Courses

Faithful Hacking

Prepare for system reconnaissance, scanning, and exploitation as you investigate viruses, attacks, defenses, ethical processes, cryptographic methods, and more


Learn about cryptography, penetration testing, intrusion detection, system hardening, and security plan development

Computer Forensics

Apply forensic methods to analyze various operating systems, memory systems, smartphone devices, and the reverse-engineering of malware

Intrusion Detection & Protection

Practice the methods by which security professionals detect and respond to isolated or persistent threats

Experienced & Accomplished Faculty

The Cybersecurity program readies you to step into the dynamic, rewarding domain of digital defense through immersive experiences. Your courses span exciting topics such as cyber law, forensics, intrusion detection, disaster recovery, and project management.

Each practical lab, theoretical exploration, and project ensures you become an ethically conscious cybersecurity expert equipped to safeguard sensitive information across a spectrum of environments.

The Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity program at Geneva College prepares you for a dynamic career in a rapidly expanding industry. Start your technology journey by applying today!

Cybersecurity majors will demonstrate knowledge in general domain, focused domain, domain application, and faith integration.

  1. Students demonstrate conceptual knowledge of foundational areas of cybersecurity. These areas include:
    • programming
    • software engineering
    • database systems
    • networks
  2. Students demonstrate conceptual knowledge in one of our predefined minors for cybersecurity.
  3. Students carry out problem analysis, synthesis, and evaluation utilizing the appropriate techniques and principles to develop computer-related solutions.
  4. Students are able to identify ethical issues related to computer science and articulate a Christian response to them.

Career Outcomes

Cybersecurity majors acquire essential skills that protect the precious data of computer networks and systems. With more companies relying on technology to store data amidst the rise of cybercrime, the value of a cybersecurity degree increases. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, information security analysts earn a median annual wage of $102,600—more than twice that of all U.S. workers.


The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the need for information security analytics to grow by 35% into 2031.


Geneva cybersecurity professor Dr. Paul Poteete has worked in executive leadership roles in financial, military, retail, and technology organizations, and taught in six universities and colleges.


About 19,500 job openings are projected each year by the Bureau of Labor Statistics

"One of the advantages of students at Geneva, is that they are coming from an organization that believes in absolute right and wrong. Information security is a great place to be from a job opportunity perspective, and individuals with ethics based on solid moral values make a great staff.” - Paul Poteete, Cybersecurity Professor

Prepare for Cybersecurity Careers

With a cybersecurity bachelor’s degree, you have the freedom to pursue endless careers across the private and public sectors of our economy, with many employed in the following professions:
  • Cryptographer
  • Cybercrime Investigator
  • Cybersecurity Manager
  • Digital Forensics Analyst
  • Federal Government Cybersecurity Specialist
  • Healthcare Cybersecurity Specialist
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Network Security Engineer
  • Vulnerability Tester

Further Your Impact...

  • Work with healthcare companies and hospitals to protect people’s information
  • Help government agencies like the FBI, Department of Defense, or Homeland Security
  • Become a leader in the study of cryptography
  • Your BS in Cybersecurity provides an excellent foundation for graduate study. To best support you, Geneva College offers a direct pathway to earning your master’s through the MS in Cybersecurity program.

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