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Online Master in Cyber-Engineering Careers

What Can I Do With This Master’s in Cyber-Engineering?

Information Security Analyst1

An advanced degree in cyber-engineering from University of the Cumberlands can set you up with a number of relevant cybersecurity career opportunities. With your ability to evaluate systems and offer solutions to secure networks, a position as an information security analyst, where you’re helping protect an organizations computer networks and systems, is well within reach. With a 31 percent anticipated growth rate by 2029, it’s a position that is very much in demand. And with a median salary of $99,730 annually, it pays well, too. 

Computer and Information Systems Manager2

Or use your cyber-engineering education to pursue a management position in the IT department. The need for qualified computer and information systems managers is projected to grow 10 percent by 2029 with a salary that averages $146,360 per year. 


•    Software Development Engineer
•    IT Security Consultant
•    Security Systems Administrator
•    IT Security Engineer
•    Security Architect
•    Penetration Tester
•    Information Security Analyst
•    Forensic Computer Analyst
•    Chief Information Security Officer

31 Percent  
Projected Growth Rate for Information Security Analysts by 20291

1 Information Security Analyst
2 Computer and Information Systems Manager