Earn your degree in Cybersecurity at Holy Family University

Cybersecurity Administration, Minor

The minor in Cybersecurity Administration program provides students with the most relevant skills in Cybersecurity with a strong liberal arts foundation.

What Can I Do with this Minor?

According to the World Economic Forum, the United States has approximately 700,000 unfilled jobs in cybersecurity. Many working in cybersecurity roles lack sufficient training. A degree in cybersecurity allows you to join a growing field to meet the demands of critical technology and security threats through a meaningful career.

The U.S. government’s cyber workforce has grown by approximately 8 percent since 2016, but still has more than 35,000 cybersecurity jobs to fill. 

The minor in Cybersecurity Administration program provides students with skills in critical thinking, problem-solving, effective communication, and project management along with additional technical skills required for success in the cybersecurity field. 

Students who earn a minor in Cybersecurity Administration may explore the following career opportunities: 

  • Network and Systems Engineer 
  • Network and Systems Support
  • IT Manager
  • Database Specialist


Program Details

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Tuition & Fees

Program Information

Degree Awarded
  • Minor
Program Type
  • Minor
Program Location
  • Online

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