10 schools top new ranking of best cybersecurity programs

When Kevin Sefcovic got out of the Navy in 2014, he chose to pursue a bachelor’s degree at the University of Nebraska Omaha for its veteran-friendly reputation and the school’s proximity to his last duty station. He had always been interested in working with computers, but after seven years in military law enforcement he was unsure whether his math and coding skills would be up to par. So he instead opted to major in general studies. 

Then Sefcovic, 29, took an introductory course in information assurance, where he learned that the university had recently been named to the National Security Agency’s list of National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education.

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