If you've been looking for a way to learn new abilities or change your career, then a cyber security certificate could be just what you need. An undergraduate certificate in this industry can help you position yourself for entry-level employment while building career-relevant skills.
In case you're unfamiliar, an undergraduate certificate is a non-degree credential that is earned through a certificate program. These programs cover some of the same basics that one might find in an associate degree or bachelor's degree program. At some schools, like DeVry University, the credits earned while completing a certificate program may apply towards a degree at that school in the same field1. This makes an undergraduate certificate an excellent choice for anyone who wants to earn a credential and build their skills quickly.
In this article, you'll learn what you need to know about a cyber security undergraduate certificate and other career-relevant credentials as we explore the following sections:
- What are the Qualifications for an Entry Level Cyber Security Program?
- Do I Need Advanced Cyber Security Qualifications or Certifications?
- Do I Need Hands-on Training to Get a Job in Cyber Security?
- Do I Need to be Able to Program before Getting a Qualification in Cyber Security?
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