Cyber Intelligence (Multidisciplinary Studies)
Do you want to help businesses and government agencies protect their data, information and intellectual property from potential hackers? UTSA’s Multidisciplinary Studies degree in Cyber Intelligence, prepares students for a career securing and protecting vital information in some of the world’s biggest companies and governments.
UTSA’s Cyber Intelligence degree allows students to study multiple fields such as statistics, information systems, management science, and political science. Cyber Intelligence tracks, analyzes and counters digital security threats using a mix of physical and digital intelligence. This program focuses on gaining a foundation in finance and political science with data science knowledge to understand cyber threats.
Careers in Cyber intelligence
Top job titles for Cyber intelligence graduates include:
• Information Security Engineer
• Computer Systems Engineer
• Software Developer
• Network Engineer
• Computer Programmer
• Network Support Specialist
Cyber intelligence and its related career pathways are currently in average demand in Texas in the 2018-19 financial year. US States/Regions with high demand for related jobs include Virginia, Maryland and Colorado. More than 12 million cyber intelligence-related job opportunities existed nationwide in 2018-19.
UTSA’s University Career Center offers several resources to help students identify and develop the global skills necessary to successfully pursue and achieve lifelong career goals.
Industries for Cyber intelligence Graduates
Cyber intelligence is a widely applicable major as businesses and organizations across several industries require staff and services related to this major. The industries that posted the largest number of cyber intelligence-related positions over 2018-19 included:
• Aerospace Manufacturing
• Computer Systems Design
• Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing
• Management and Technical Consulting
Salaries for Cyber Intelligence Graduates
The salary range for open cyber intelligence-related positions in the US between November 2018 and October 2019 were:
Source: Burning Glass
Skills and Interests for Cyber intelligence Majors
While many skills and interests translate to potential careers as a Cyber intelligence graduate, some are more commonly sought after than others. Cyber intelligence may be a good fit for you if:
• You enjoy working with others
• You are a good planner
• You like solving puzzles and problems
• You like being creative and artistic
• You enjoy learning
• You are well organized