Anyone who would like more information regarding the OU Polytechnic Institute can attend an informational Zoom session, Tech Tuesday, on November 28, from 4:30to 5:30 p.m. This will be an interactive discussion led by OUPI Founding Director Dr. Teri Reed specifically focusing on the Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity degree completion program. This program is designed for students who have completed freshman- and sophomore-level classes and provides all of the upper-level classes needed to graduate with a degree in cybersecurity from the University of Oklahoma. All classes will be in person, hands-on, and right here in Tulsa. Applications for the Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity are open and classes will begin in August 2024.
During the session, Dr. Reed will share information about:
Participants will be able to interact during the session and get all your questions answered.
Once students begin the program, they will experience classes using hands-on learning and partnered with local employers to help maximize their ability to meet the rapidly growing demand for cybersecurity professionals in our state. More than 400,000 cybersecurity jobs are available in the U.S. right now. Almost 4,000 of those vacant jobs are located in Oklahoma, with more than 600 right here in the Tulsa area, with more added every day. So, join us Aug. 8 to learn more about how you can be a pioneer in a program that will reshape the workforce across our state. Click here to register for Tech Tuesday, Nov. 28 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
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