Information Security
Management, B.S.

Help organizations take advantage of the power and possibilities of modern-day computing.

Note: No new students are being accepted into this program as of Fall, 2020.

As cyber security threats continue to grow, so does the demand for qualified individuals able to safeguard an organization's most vital assets.

Lewis' information security degree curriculum combines technical knowledge with managerial theory - providing students with a deep foundational understanding of information security, risk management, security management, IT operations and data communications.










This versatile, practical and learner-focused program delves into topics such as computer security, web design, network administration, programming and project management - preparing you for a wide variety of career options.

As an Information Security Management degree student at Lewis University, you will develop expertise in:
  • Management of Network Security
  • Security Management Practices
  • Cryptography
  • Security Architecture and Models
  • IT Operations Security
  • Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Planning
  • IT Law, Investigations and Ethics
  • Physical Security
  • Computer Forensics

Information Security Scholarships

You have access to scholarships that are available only to CAE universities from the Federal Government, Department of Defense (DoD), National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

Prepare to plan, coordinate and implement information security strategies for organizations around the world.

Bachelor's to Master's in Information Security Option

Plus, for those students looking to earn their master's in Information Security (MSIS), you can accelerate your MSIS degree and earn your master's in 18 months or less with only 26 additional credit hours (rather than the standard 35-41).

Bachelor's to Master's MBA Option

For those students looking to earn their MBA, you can accelerate your MBA degree and earn your master's with 30 additional credit hours (rather than the standard 36-54) by planning your undergraduate program accordingly.