Colorado Christian University is offering a Master of Business Administration degree program with Information Security specialization. This program is developed to meet the growing demand for Information Security professionals in government agencies, large scale companies, financial organizations as well as private consulting firms.
CCU’s MBA is offered through online and on-campus learning. This flexible format allows adult learners to complete their MBA degree without having to make significant changes in their professional and personal lifestyles and commitments. Furthermore, learners enrolled in CCU’s MBA program have the option to pursue one of several Information Security specializations in conjunction with the University of Fairfax.
The curriculum of Colorado Christian University’s MBA includes core business administration courses, information technology and security focus areas, as well as Biblical and Christian values which stress how important it is to value other people’s properties, reputations, privacy issues, as much as they would do their own. Graduates of CCU’s MBA – Information Security program think both spiritually and intellectually. The program appeals most to IT professionals, military and/or law enforcement professionals, or young students who would like to carve a career for themselves in the growing field of Information Security.
Tuition at Colorado Christian University’s MBA – Information Security program is computed on a per credit hour basis. The tuition fee does not usually include the cost of books and other incidental expenses. Financial aid and scholarships, however, are readily available to make the cost of education more affordable.