This large, private institution has been known for over a century as a pioneer in cooperative education, and its Bachelor of Science in Computing and Security Technology students continue the tradition. Bachelor’s students gain hands-on, real-world training through either a four-year program with one co-op experience or a five-year program with three co-ops. At the graduate level, Drexel’s Master of Science in Cybersecurity offers an interdisciplinary curriculum with coursework from both the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the College of Computing & Informatics. Plus, Drexel offers a variety of job-oriented certificates for professionals to further enhance their skills.
Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) offers many exciting computer information technology programs, including a convenient, 100% online Associate in Cybersecurity and IT Support Specialist. There’s also a popular 24-credit online Cybersecurity Support Specialist certificate which empowers graduates with “specific technical competencies for entry-level employment opportunities as a network cybersecurity support specialist.” At CCAC, it’s all about “Achieving the Dream!”
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|Drexel University Philadelphia, PA||22 : 1||23,589|
|Community College of Allegheny County Pittsburgh, PA||58 : 1||13,217|
|Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA||11 : 1||13,519|
|Temple University Philadelphia, PA||23 : 1||37,236|
|East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania East Stroudsburg, PA||27 : 1||5,835|