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The employment landscape of the Pacific Northwest is growing and evolving. Much of the growth is in technology-centric sectors such as healthcare, aerospace, and online retail and logistics.

So, whether you already have a solid base of technology skills, or whether you are considering a new career where the job market is surging, CityU is here to help.

Cyber Security

Cyber security is a multi-disciplinary field with outstanding career potential. Professionals in cyber security work to protect our digital lives and information while guarding our privacy. They employ technology, social science and management skills to prevent, defend against and investigate cyber-attacks and crimes. Cyber security professionals are involved in the creation and implementation of policy, education of the user community and auditing of cyber defenses.

Cyber Security is one of the fastest growing career fields in today’s economy. Design your career as an information systems security analyst or manager, secure programmer, information security auditor, cyber forensic investigator, or chief information security officer.

Programming and Systems Development

Now you can pursue a Bachelor of Science or a Master of Science while learning or advancing your skills to develop the latest hot application, whether it’s for a mobile device, in the cloud, or supporting the latest medical technologies. Seek a job as a programmer, software engineer, software/systems architect, or networking and systems development manager.

Technology Management

Complete your Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, or M.B.A while learning how to integrate and manage technology in a business environment.

Today’s business is all about technology – the businesses that can best harness its capabilities will have a decisive advantage over their competitors. Pursue a role as a business analyst, information systems manager, tech-savvy executive, or even Chief Information Officer.

Information Technology

Complete your Bachelor of Science while learning how to maintain and improve the systems used by organizations in their day-to-day operations.

Test, deploy and maintain the hardware and applications used in an organization to ensure that they are highly available, efficient and secure. Seek a job as a network engineer, systems administrator, information security analyst, or technology manager.

“As a professional in cyber security and electrical engineering, CityU’s technology programs are a great way to become better-rounded in the field.”

– Roger Hales, Student

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