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FAMU Online Cybersecurity Bootcamp Enrolling for April 2023

Designed to empower diverse workforces with the knowledge of essential IT skills.

Florida A&M University is offering a specialized credential for the development of individuals and the organizations they support.

Today’s companies understand how critical it is to protect the integrity of their digital infrastructure. In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a 33% job growth for information security analysts between 2020 and 2030.*

That projected increase is much higher than the national average, and FAMU is prepared to help meet industry demand and encourage workplace diversity with the new online Cybersecurity bootcamp. 

Program Details

H.S. diploma/GED recommended

Enrolling for April 2023

100% Online

24-week course

Subject to review

Flexible Courses to Fit Your Schedule

Recorded videos with live weekly sessions

20 hours per week

24 weeks to complete

Savings available for group enrollments.

Total program cost: $9000.

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FAMU is the highest ranked public HBCU School in America, according to U.S. News & World Report.

FAMU is ranked #23 for Top Performers on Social Mobility, according to 

U.S. News & World Report.

These additions to FAMU’s online education portfolio provide new flexibility for those looking to diversify their knowledge base and pursue advancement. Click the button below and provide your contact information so we can keep you updated about enrollment opportunities, start dates and more. 

* Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Information Security Analysts, on the internet at (visited August 17, 2022).

** CyberSeek, Cybersecurity Supply/Demand Heat Map, Total Cybersecurity Job Openings (National Level), on the internet at (visited August 17, 2022).

National long-term projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions, and do not guarantee actual job growth. Certificate and/or degree program options do not guarantee career or salary outcomes. Students should conduct independent research for specific employment information.