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Waldorf offers a curriculum to liberate the way students think so that they may develop a basic understanding and knowledge of how those in a variety of disciplines think and approach life.
Waldorf University is a friendly, private liberal arts school located centrally in beautiful Forest City, Iowa. For more than 100 years, Waldorf has been the cornerstone in the lives of thousands, setting the solid foundation for success among students, their families and the community.
There are so many savings options at Waldorf. From academic or industry-specific scholarships to federal grants, we’ll help you find the plan that works best with your budget.
At Waldorf, there are many of ways to get involved on campus. Join one of Waldorf's 35 student groups, get involved in a theatre production or attend a gallery opening. The possibilities are endless.
Our tight-knit team of professors, coaches and administration work together to put you first. We believe that every student deserves a dedicated support system in the classroom – and everywhere else.
Cybersecurity is already an absolute necessity for every business in every industry. Job opportunities are expected to grow even more as technology continues to integrate with day-to-day operations – and protecting those technologies means protecting the bottom line. The Bachelor of Science degree in Cybersecurity will provide you with a strong interdisciplinary background and prepare you to start working in the field right away.
Waldorf’s Bachelor of Science degree in Cybersecurity offers a diverse mix of introductory courses that will teach you how to identify vulnerabilities, implement frameworks for incident prevention, detect intrusions, apply countermeasures, safeguard data and much more. This degree is perfect for analytical-minded students who want to explore those areas while also receiving opportunities to refine the hands-on security skills that every business is looking for.
Select five courses (15 credits) from the list below or apply qualified transfer credit.
Any Waldorf courses may be selected from the catalog to be used as electives, provided that they are not used to satisfy other program requirements.
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