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B.Sc. (Honours) Cyber Security

Starts in April, July, October and January

Key features of the Cyber security course

Nowadays the courses and job opportunities of cyber security professionals are increasing daily.And it makes them necessary to be updated always about the cyber world. Learners who are interested in improving their key competencies in cybersecurity will benefit from the research approach that was used for the program of cybersecurity classes because it was meant to guide them. Aspirants who obtain the Cyber Security Diploma, which is a degree that is recognized in the UK, come away with the skills that are in demand at firms all over the world.

This certification has been made to be as easy to obtain as possible, without the use of any artificial hurdles that may impede progression or entry. The candidates will be required to submit an application form to the center or participate in an interview in order to be considered for the qualification, and they will be expected to have the following credentials:

  • Students who have already achieved Level 4 or above in their education.
  • Learners who have a Level 5 qualification in another field and want to develop their careers in cyber security and/or risk management.
  • Learners who have some technical and risk management work experience in a business environment related to computing or security and demonstrate ambition with clear career goals.

Entry Requirements

Students who want to get enrolled in the course are required to provide the following supporting documents:

  • A relevant Level 5 Diploma such as Qualifi Level 5 Diploma in Cyber Security (students need to submit both certificate and transcript on application)
  • A Diploma degree or equivalent or higher qualification
  • A copy of your valid photo ID
  • An updated Curriculum Vitae (a minimum of two years’ worth of management or professional experience at the graduate level; a summary of duties for each position.)
  • A level pass in English.
  • Award of Diploma degree which was studied and assessed in English

Information of the Program and its Execution

Those who have earned a Diploma in Cyber Security are regarded as having the knowledge and skills equal to those earned in a high school diploma, and as a result, they are entitled to apply to the BSc Honours program.

This degree may be completed in three stages, with each stage consisting of a total of 120 credits.

You will begin Stage 1 by completing a 30-credit mathematics module in addition to three 30-credit computer and information technology modules.

Stage 2 of the program requires you to study a total of four 30-credit units.

During Stage 3, you’ll be responsible for studying two 30-credit courses, selecting an additional 30-credit module, and finishing up your degree with a 30-credit project module.


Your learning will advance in the following four primary areas as a result of achieving this qualification: knowledge and comprehension; cognitive abilities; practical and professional skills; and key skills.
As you go through the many stages of the certification, both the level and depth of the learning you are required to complete will increasingly rise. You will be supported all the way through by the Open University’s one-of-a-kind approach to teaching and grading, which includes having a personal tutor who will guide and comment on your work; high-quality course texts; elearning resources such as podcasts, interactive media, and online materials; tutorial groups and community forums; and so on.

Student Support

We want our students to get the most out of their investment in their future by taking our course.
Our academic staff, including your program manager and supervisor, will be there for you every step of the way to ensure your success.