You might want to consider a double major with Information Assurance; Capitol College (http://www.capitol-college.edu/) offers an online degree course. I was very impressed with their faculty. Also, a CISSP (Certified Information System Security Professional) certification will help you to get a job. Go here for an explanation of the requirements: https://www.isc2.org/cissp/default.aspx Both of these suggestions will help you with a carreer in a variety of areas in federal or local government, including law enforcement, or with civilian companies.

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There is no cybersecurity first, ask the pros. <br />
Second, if I was you, I would have chosen a major in Computer Sciences with 2-3 minors at least: CyberSecurity, Statistics, Criminal Justice, etc. This only depends on what you want further in life.

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I wasn't aware that CyberSecurity was a degree!!?? But as such I would imagine you would learn computing and some basic law. I say you can always learn computing but law takes longer to understand so the earlier you start the better. Also, with the law study it would make your career path more versitile.

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The school I'm going to actually does have a CyberSecurity BS degree program that I'm currently enrolled in. I'm just at the point where I really need to pick a minor and I don't know which way to go. My core classes are a mix of criminal justice and higher level computer and programming classes...

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Computing,a growing market,you can't go far wrong with that.

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