Online Cyber Security Training


Find an accredited online cyber security certification or degree program near you. Our partner schools have computer security courses available in almost all states! Use the search application and choose information technology.

Accelerated and hybrid (classroom/online) cyber-security certificate and degree class options are available at some schools. Fill out Top Trade School’s free application and get contacted by the technical school of your choice, it’s that easy.

  • Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security – Computer Systems Security
  • Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security – Information Assurance

“No matter which title of cyber professional you’re going after, you need to have an idea of what your daily duties will consist of. You’re part police, part spy:

  • Utilizing every type of medium to stay on top of technology and security threats
  • Being aware through analyzing and evaluating those threats
  • Going through all the systems to check for any type of potential issue
  • Putting in place proper security measures and establishing protocol
  • Creating reports for shareholders
  • Spreading the word, throughout the company, about security and its importance”[ref]

Schools with Online Cyber-Security Programs

Colorado Technical University Online Courses

American InterContinental Online Programs

Coleman University Technical Courses (San Diego)

National College Vocational Courses (VA, WV, OH, IN, KY, TN)

Pittsburgh Tech Trade Programs (Oakdale, PA)

Central Penn Trade & Technical Courses (PA)

Berkeley College Vocational Courses

South College Vocational & Degree Classes (TN)

ECPI Vocational & Degree Courses (VA, NC, SC, FL)

MMC Vocational-Tech Courses (Southeast US)

Sullivan College of Technology Programs (Kentucky)

STC Tech, Medical & Business Courses (Florida)

Fortis Medical/Trade Courses (across US)

NEIT Vocational Technical Courses (Warwick, RI)

“There are many fields that students with computer degrees can enter. These include computer engineering, computer science, and information technology. Most careers will require post-secondary education such as an associate or bachelor’s degree in computer science. Post-graduate degrees can also help you increase your skills and enhance your opportunities for a higher-paying job.[ref]

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