Tiffin University launches new online degree programs
Tiffin, Ohio — Tiffin University’s School of Science, Technology and Health has expanded its list of online degree programs with the addition of two new offerings: a Bachelor of Science in cybersecurity and information assurance, and a Master of Science in clinical exercise physiology. These programs are designed to prepare students for a career in two highly in-demand fields.
The BS in cybersecurity and information assurance focuses on the threats to the economy and society in cyberspace, and provides students with a comprehensive understanding of technology applications, threat assessment, and mitigation. Students in this program will be well-equipped to detect and respond to data breaches and cyber attacks, according to the university. The program also offers access to the TU Center for Cyber Defense and Forensics, a Center of Academic Excellence designated by the Department of Homeland Security and National Security Agency.
Meanwhile, the MS in clinical exercise physiology program explores the relationship between long-term exercise regimens and health and longevity. This program is ideal for students who want to help individuals improve their physical and mental health through exercise and movement. Graduates of this program will be prepared for careers in public health, academia, sports, government, and other related fields.
“We are very excited to add these innovative degrees to our list of offerings,” said Dr. Peter J. Holbrook, Provost and Chief Academic Officer. “Our institution has always been on the cutting edge of what is new and noteworthy in academia, and with our world’s ever-evolving clinical understanding of best sport and exercise practices, as well as the increasing threat of cyber-terrorism, this is no stray from tradition.”
Those interested in the BS in cybersecurity and information assurance program can learn more by visiting this link, while more information about the MS in clinical exercise physiology program is available at this link.