Bachelor of applied technology IT cybersecurity professionals

Bachelor of Applied Technology IT - Cybersecurity

Start your journey towards a Bachelor of Applied Technology in IT today, lockdown a career in cybersecurity tomorrow.

Get The Facts

The field of cybersecurity offers a wide range of career paths like ethical hacking, forensic analysis, compliance and risk management, and cybersecurity policy. This diversity allows professionals to pursue a career that aligns with their interests and skills.

projected employment growth through 2031.
>3 million
unfilled cybersecurity jobs globally.
$10.5 trillion
is how much cybercrime is projected to cost the world annually by 2025.

Program At A Glance

Program Overview

With the Bachelor of Applied Technology degree, you'll learn how to keep computer networks safe. You'll also learn secret codes or cryptography and ethical hacking. Plus, you'll look into what's ethical and legal in the tech world. This degree is a continuation of our two-year associate degree and certificates in Information Technology, cybersecurity.

Earning Potential

  • Information security analysts: $110,512
  • Computer network support specialists: $64,551

For more salary information, check out Texas Wages.


South Campus

Ahead of the industry

The San Jacinto College Board of Trustees has approved a new bachelor’s degree in information technology (IT) with an emphasis in cybersecurity. Scheduled to begin in fall 2024, this will be the third bachelor’s degree that the College will offer.

Get in Touch

Reach out to us for more information about the program!
Kevin Morris
Dean, Business and Technology
(281) 922-3479
Rizwan Virani
Sr Dir, CyberSecurity Programs
(281) 998-6150x3424