Long Island B.S. in Computer Information Technology and M.S. in Cyber Security Dual Degree

Long Island B.S. in Computer Information Technology and M.S. in Cyber Security Dual Degree

Explore the world of cyber security. Be in demand. Get ready.

With a B.S. in Computer Information Technology and an M.S. in Cyber Security, our Long Island graduates prepare for a career in the vast field of cyber security. Our five-year dual degree program allows students to save both time and money, landing them in their dream jobs sooner.

Employees in the field of information security are in demand now more than ever before. In fact, the number of information security analysis jobs is expected to grow 28 percent from 2016 and 2026 — much faster than the average anticipated increase for all occupations combined, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports.

Learn from elite industry professionals. Explore the interconnectedness of computer information technology and cyber security, while gaining the skills you need to succeed as an entry-level employee or a manager.

Prepare for a career you’re passionate about in the field you love. Get ready to make a difference in the world of cyber security.

Connor DillonConnor Dillon ’17, M.S. ’19
B.S. in Computer Information Technology, M.S. in Cyber Security

"While working toward my master’s, I interned at the Nassau County Police Department. I worked hands-on with detectives and intelligence analysts. It was a unique side to the industry, and I am extremely grateful for being able to be a part of it. I saw a lot of the technology and techniques that the department was using, which now helps me in my career as an online criminal research analyst."

The Long Island Computer Information Technology and Cyber Security Experience

Research and Internship Opportunities: Conduct research and present at conferences across the country. Engage in meaningful internship opportunities across Long Island.


Extensive Career Options: Prepare for such careers as information security analyst, security architect, information security crime investigator/cyber security expert, security administrator, security software developer, cryptographer, cryptanalyst and information technology security consultant.


Student Success: Our Long Island graduates with an M.S. in Cyber Security have a high employment rate.