Those enrolled in the year long program will be required to commit one work day of interning, and the program leaders will work with students to help them decide which company, which capstone, and which internship is best suited for their professional goals.
"I think we will get a lot of folks who have been out of school for a year or two working for a think tank, likely holding a generic undergrad degree. Those who like what they are doing but realize that they are not on a path toward a career that is really interesting. That's our highest probability target," said Holston.
So, for those who can take a year full-time to do it, (though part-time classes are available online) DU is ready to help you kick-start a career in cybersecurity.
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