Talladega is the oldest private HBCU in Alabama. The affordable and nationally recognized school maintains a legacy of excellence spanning more than 150 years. Its scenic campus features some of Alabama's most treasured and historic architecture.
Bachelor of Arts in Cybersecurity
Talladega's bachelor of arts in cybersecurity takes a skills-based approach. This program aims to produce graduates with job-ready abilities in:
- Incident response
- Vulnerability assessment
- Penetration testing
- Security analysis
It also strives to build versatile general programming skills. Required coursework focuses on Python and Java programming languages.
Talladega offers the program through its computer science department, which maintains partnerships with Cisco's Networking Academy and CompTIA. Talladega's computer science department is also a member of the EC-Council's academic partner program.
Applying to Talladega
Talladega welcomes applications from learners of all racial, religious, cultural, and national backgrounds. The school considers each applicant on a case-by-case basis on factors such as academic performance history, extracurricular activities, and ACT/SAT scores.
Program at a Glance
- School Type: Private
- Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
- Tuition: $505/credit
- Required Credits: 120
- Program Length: 4 years
- Delivery Format: On-campus