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Online Schools Offering Network Security Degrees

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We list 66 network security programs, offered through 26 schools. These degrees can be earned at the associate to doctorate level. Online student reviewers have given a recommendation rate of 57 percent across the schools listed here. Average career helpfulness for these colleges is 58 percent, according to our reviewers; individual schools have received ratings ranging from 0to 100 percent. Tuition at these colleges is $16,552 a year, on average.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $16,121 Associate $16,001 Bachelor's $16,387 Master's $14,935 Doctorate $12,139
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $58,522 Master's $96,066 Doctorate $74,750

Network security students learn how to prevent hackers from accessing data sent on wireless and wired networks. Associate programs qualify graduates for network technician and help-desk roles, troubleshooting networking problems for clients. The bachelor's degree is the usual entry-level requirement for positions such as network administrator and security specialist. The bachelor's degree In network security covers topics like software security, ethical hacking, database security, and software testing. A master's program in network security can be used to become an information technology manager or security manager. The doctorate in network security teaches students research methods in IT and can be used to become a computer scientist or academic.

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Find a Network Security School
68 Degrees from 27 Schools

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