Bachelor of Cyber Security
Deakin’s Bachelor of Cyber Security provides a solid foundation of the cyber security literacy and technical skills required by industry for a cyber security professional including those allowing you to be able to investigate and combat cyber-crime and cyber terrorism.
Bachelor of Cyber Security Degree is awarded by Deakin University, Australia.
The university is recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Sri Lanka.
- Sri Lanka’s first and only Bachelor’s Degree in Cyber Security
- Offered by Sri Lanka’s pioneering Cyber Security Training and Certification Organisation
- Opportunity to complete all three years of the degree in Sri Lanka
- Option to study in Deakin University, Australia after completion of first or second year/s in Sri Lanka
- Best Academic Panel
- Affordable fee structure and easy payment schemes
KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES
- Develop a broad, coherent knowledge of the IT discipline including its dynamic environment, with detailed knowledge of project management principles and in depth knowledge in IT Security.
- Design, develop and implement IT systems and software, and associated policies and procedures for optimal use and apply industry standards and best practice in one or more specialised areas of IT.
- Acquire in-depth knowledge and skills to develop, implement and manage security solutions for systems, networks, and data according to industry-accepted standards and best practice.
- Communicate in an IT context to inform, motivate and effect change utilising a range of verbal, graphical and written methods, recognising the needs of diverse audiences.
- Utilise a range of digital technologies and information sources to discover, analyse, evaluate, select, process and disseminate both technical and non-technical information.
- Evaluate specialist IT information using critical and analytical thinking, technical skills and well-developed judgement to identify problems, analyse user requirements and propose solutions.
- Apply theoretical constructs and skills and critical analysis to real-world and ill-defined problems and develop innovative IT solutions.
- Apply knowledge and skills to new situations in professional practice and/or further learning in the field of IT with adaptability, autonomy, responsibility and personal accountability for actions as a practitioner and a learner.
- Apply understanding of reflective practice and self critique skills within broad parameters to plan for their own future continuing professional development.
- Apply the principles of effective teamwork as a member of diverse IT teams to demonstrate responsibility for own learning within broad parameters.
- Apply professional and ethical standards and accountability for own learning to the development, design, construction and management of localised IT solutions.