The threats we see today will evolve. As they change, cybersecurity specialists will have to develop their skillset to keep up with the changing cybersecurity landscape.
Students deserve to have every opportunity to learn; it is up to teachers and leaders to find the best ways to support and assist them in doing that.
Cybersecurity is a field that explores the thinking of cyber criminals and explains the different techniques utilized in committing cybercrimes.
Interview with Derrick Horsley
For me, online courses were vital to me obtaining my degrees. By being in the military, going on temporary duty, working late hours and being deployed, going to school online was the key to me successfully obtaining both my B.A. and M.A. degrees from AMU.
Interview with Shareema Granville
The positions in HR that I held before my degree, although they were hands-on positions, never helped me with understanding core HR functions. My professors broke down every function, even on an international scale, which helped me with my role today at ADP.
Interview with APU Alumnus, Jalal Almomar
I decided to pursue my studies and get a higher academic degree. Academic credentials are highly in demand in todayâ€™s job market. I did research on what would be the best degree for me and not only from the job marketâ€™s perspective. The degree needed to be done while I worked. After all my research, I figured out that studying at APU for an MBA degree in global business management was a good choice.
Interview with AMU Alumnus, R. Carter Langston
My degree in emergency and disaster management, combined with my experience in strategic communication planning, issue management and crisis communication, prepared me to lead strategic operational communication and crisis action planning. In crisis management, I lead by developing a strategic operational framework, coordinating with multiple stakeholders and synchronizing those stakeholdersâ€™ actions.
Interview with AMU Alumnus, Joseph W. Kripp
Each class in the Security Management graduate program brought different, positive perspectives to me. The classes involving the different types of physical security systems and how they would be integrated in todayâ€™s ever-changing threat environment were the most intriguing to me.
Interview with APU Alumna, Heather Groen
If youâ€™re not able to participate in an Earth Day event, then there are many ways you can help contribute working towards our 2020 goal. For example, you could grow your own produce, invest in hydroponic gardening or aquaponics, or just simply plant trees in your own yard for shade canopy and food and shelter for wildlife and birds. Every effort counts. If you do nothing, then you are not improving; you are diminishing.
Interview with AMU Alumnus, Uchenna Faumuina-Eze
Earning my online degree with AMU set me up for success in so many ways. The professors who work directly in the field allowed me to have an optimal learning experience. Also, I developed soft skills like self-discipline, communication, initiative and dependability, which are key aspects in sports and in life. Those soft skills are what I need to be successful in my career.