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Studying Cybersecurity and Network Management at Weber State

Weber State’s cybersecurity and network management degree teaches tech-savvy students to solve complex problems in data and voice systems for careers in network management.

Cybersecurity and Network Management Highlights

Weber State cybersecurity and network management majors receive hands-on training in enterprise-grade network equipment. Classes are held days, nights and online, at Weber State’s main Ogden campus, WSU Davis in Layton, Utah, and Salt Lake Community College’s campus in Taylorsville, Utah.

Students from Weber State's CNM program have the opportunity to participate in contests such as the NIATEC Invitational Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, and our program has nearly a 100% job placement rate.

Beyond the Classroom

As a cybersecurity and network management major, you’ll gain valuable experience through an internship with a corporate network department. Internship organizations have included:

  • American Technology
  • ATK
  • Comcast
  • Hill Air Force Base
  • Intermountain Healthcare
  • MarketStar
  • Ogden City
  • Utah Highway Patrol

Ashley Light

Class of 2019

“I appreciate that the faculty teach practical, hands-on skills and continually get feedback from industry leaders to improve the program so students are truly prepared for the workplace.”

What You’ll LEARN at Weber

In the first two years, you’ll learn the fundamentals of voice and data networking systems, electronic devices and more. In the subsequent bachelor’s degree program, you’ll learn more about voice and data systems, along with system administration, and have the opportunity to intern with a corporate network department.

What You CAN DO After Weber

With your bachelor’s degree in Cybersecurity and Network Management, you’ll be prepared for a position as at network administrator, network security analyst or system administrator. If you have questions, contact a WSU Career Advisor.

Faculty Perspective


The most rewarding feeling to me is when I am describing something to someone and I see the concept ‘click.’ There’s no better feeling in the world than when that light bulb turns on, and you know someone has learned something new.

AJ Hepler


I enjoy engaging with NMT students and helping them understand that while technological skills are important, the aspects of working with people should not be overlooked.

Matt Paulson