Virginia-based Randolph-Macon College offers a comprehensive catalog of 40 online and on-campus programs, including bachelor's programs. Bachelor's degree-seekers can choose from a variety of majors, including cybersecurity. All students complete general education coursework. While completing upper-division credit requirements, degree-seekers explore cybersecurity-specific topics. Bachelor's coursework helps students gain analytical, critical-thinking, and problem-solving skills. Completing a bachelor's degree typically takes four years for full-time students. For busy students, part-time enrollment can make scheduling easier.
According to the institution, 100% of learners receive financial aid and 60% take out loans. The school accepts 71% of undergraduate learners.