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Why Choose Weber State University

ABET Accreditation

The Cybersecurity and Network Management program at Weber State University is accredited by ABET.

The Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of ABET is a specialized accrediting body that evaluates and accredits computing-related degree programs, such as computer science, information technology, and cybersecurity, at various academic levels. Accreditation by the CAC ensures that a program meets stringent quality standards, preparing graduates for the professional workforce by maintaining relevance with industry needs and technological advancements. This accreditation signifies a commitment to academic excellence and continuous improvement, providing global recognition and enhancing career prospects for students while assuring employers of the graduates' competence and preparedness

Affordable tuition and fees

Pursuing a degree in Cybersecurity and Network Management at Weber State University is cost-effective, as the tuition and fees are significantly lower than both the national averages for private and public institutions and other comparable programs within the Utah System of Higher Education.

For the 2020-2021 academic year, Weber State's ABET-accredited programs offer competitive pricing per semester for Utah residents, making it a financially accessible option for students seeking a high-quality education in this field.  

Credit hours: Weber State University Utah State University University of Utah
Part-time (6 hours) $1,823.23 $2,316.92 $2,913.67
Full-time (15 hours) $3,052.98 $3,929.72 $5,624.47

Small class sizes

Our average class size is between 18 and 24 students, ensuring personalized attention and the opportunity for one-on-one interaction with our faculty. This small class size is maintained even in introductory courses to enhance the quality of education.

Our program is designed to accommodate students at any stage of life, offering flexibility with courses available during both semesters and in the evenings to meet the needs of non-traditional students.