Further cementing its status as a leading institution for gaining in-demand skills in cybersecurity, University of Phoenix recently received a 2021 Academic Circle of Excellence Award from EC-Council, the world’s largest cybersecurity certification body. This is the third year University of Phoenix has received the award in recognition of the University’s success in preparing students with an associate, bachelor’s or certificate in cybersecurity. These programs provide skills that students need to apply math, science and engineering principles, to use computers to solve technical problems and to contribute to network defense.
University of Phoenix cybersecurity degree and certificate programs are designed to meet the needs of adult and nontraditional learners with flexible online courses, and the certificate programs in cybersecurity prepare students to take certification exams administered by the EC-Council including the Council Certified Incident Handler (ECIH) and Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI) exams and the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker exam.
“University of Phoenix has continued to prepare workforce ready professionals with the tactical cybersecurity skills required in today’s emerging industry,” said Wesley Alvarez, Director of Academics at EC-Council, in a related release. “We are pleased to honor them for the third consecutive year with the Circle of Excellence award, representing elite Cybersecurity programs dedicated to student success.”
Certificate programs in cybersecurity at University of Phoenix, which can be applied toward a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology or a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, include an Advanced Cybersecurity certificate …University of Phoenix Recognized by Largest Cybersecurity Body, EC-Council, for Cybersecurity Academic Excellence Read More