Liberty University hosted its 43rd commencement ceremony in Lynchburg, VA on May 14, 2016. The campus was flooded with an estimated 35,000 guests, while the university recognized its largest class of 19,430 graduates. The School of Engineering & Computational Sciences exhibited this growth, almost doubling in the number of graduates from 2015. During the Engineering & Computational Sciences degree ceremony, the first class of Master of Science in Cyber Security graduates walked across the stage. The program saw 28 students complete the coursework during Fall 2015-Spring 2016. Another 12 graduates are anticipated at the completion of the summer terms.
The Master of Science in Cyber Security began in Fall 2014. The coursework covers the theoretical background of cybersecurity and integrates opportunities for hands-on experience through lab exercises designed by experts in the field of computer and network security. Graduates are equipped for a variety of jobs, including digital forensics analyst, security engineer, penetration tester/ethical hacker, secure network engineer, and more.
We would like to congratulate all of Liberty University’s class of 2016 and especially the hard work and dedication shown by the School of Engineering & Computational Sciences graduates.