Caucasus University and the New Jersey City University have a first three-year undergraduate program in cybersecurity, after which the student will receive both a bachelor's degree in computer science from Caucasus University and a bachelor's degree in cyber security from New Jersey City University.
Unique aspects of the program:
- Joint undergraduate program, which involves obtaining two degrees;
- The first three-year undergraduate program in Georgia;
- Foreign highly qualified lecturers.
Program language: English
- The 3-year undergraduate program covers the first 5 semesters of study in Georgia with Georgian and foreign professors, and the last, 6th semester, the student continues their studies in New Jersey, USA.
- Caucasus University - Bachelor's degree in Computer Science;
- New Jersey City University - Bachelor's Degree in Cyber Security.
International rankings and accreditation:
- Today, New Jersey City University is one of the state's highest profile universities and one of the few institutions in the country to have federal rights in both cybersecurity and intelligence.
- The New Jersey City University Cyber Defense Program has been named the National Center for Academic Arts in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE);
The objectives of the Program in Cybersecurity are to:
- Provide the student with an in-depth knowledge of the theoretical aspects of higher education disciplines, which prepares the person for further study at the Master’s degree program or work with a qualification.
- Provide students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and professional training to pursue careers in the rapidly growing field of Cybersecurity.
- Prepare high-level, competitive specialists with the broad theoretical knowledge and practice-oriented, transferable skills necessary for professional development in modern ICT field with the focus on security.
- To satisfy the demand of Cybersecurity workforce in the government and private industry.