As you might expect from a large, public university, FSU offers cybersecurity studies at a multitude of levels. Students can earn an associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree in information and security intelligence. There’s even an option to complete both the undergraduate and graduate degree together in five years. A few of the university’s many certificate offerings are ethical hacking, digital forensics, and incident response. Whatever route they take, students leave knowing they trained at a place that has received a number of national accolades, including being the first university in the United States to be designated as a Department of Defense/Air Force Cyber Command Center of Digital Forensic Academic Excellence.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Ferris State University Big Rapids, MI||23 : 1||11,165|
|Michigan Technological University Houghton, MI||17 : 1||6,873|
|Central Michigan University Mount Pleasant, MI||25 : 1||17,311|
|Western Michigan University Kalamazoo, MI||26 : 1||19,887|
|Northern Michigan University Marquette, MI||25 : 1||7,368|