Waldorf University Adds Cybersecurity and Public Relations to its Online Catalog

Waldorf University is pleased to introduce two new online degree programs and four new concentrations to its catalog. Each new program and concentration, available for fall enrollment, focuses on industries that are at the forefront for meeting the demands of a rapidly changing world, economy and job market: cybersecurity, health care management and public relations.

“Our new bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity addresses a crucial topic that affects millions of businesses globally and has them worrying not if they will be hacked, but when,” said Vince Beach, Ph.D., vice president of Academic Affairs. “Waldorf’s new degree in public relations offers a strong education, empowering our PR graduates to shape company brands and reputations in the public eye.”

Waldorf’s Bachelor of Science degree in cybersecurity offers a diverse mix of introductory courses that will teach students how to identify vulnerabilities, implement frameworks for incident prevention, detect intrusions, apply countermeasures, safeguard data and much more. This degree program is perfect for analytical-minded students who want to explore those areas while also receiving opportunities to refine the hands-on security skills that every business is looking for.

Waldorf’s Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations introduces a fresh mix of media topics that will prepare practitioners to develop strategic messaging campaigns and build mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and the public. Through this program, students will discover the power behind integrated marketing communication, learn the art of building a company’s brand from within and become adept at managing messages to shape public perception.

“In addition to the new degrees, we decided to augment the health care management master’s degree with concentrations that allow for additional career specializations, thus giving students even greater career choices,” added Beach.

Waldorf also added four new concentrations to its Master of Arts in health care management: human resources, leadership, marketing and project management. Each concentration is dedicated to encouraging efficiency, growth and longevity of an organization.

To learn more, visit Waldorf.edu or email OnlineAdmissions@Waldorf.edu

Author: Brittany Gibson

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