Criminal Justice, Cloud Security Risk Management Concentration

bachelors Degree

Cloud Security Risk Management Concentration

Threats to cybersecurity are advancing every minute, and they call for experts trained in agile and innovative learning programs. You can become cloud security job-ready for rapidly growing, cloud security risk management positions, through the Bay State College Cloud Security Risk Management (CSRM) Concentration: 

  • Learn from certified NIST RMF/FedRAMP practitioner faculty with real world, professional experience in the Criminal Justice field. 
  • Participate in a virtual NIST RMF Practicum to give you the hands-on, practical experience you need.
  • Build your e-portfolio of 15 NIST RMF/FedRAMP project deliverables.
  • Prepare for the CISSP, CEH and CAP certifications with hands-on labs.

Be a part of the latest advancements in Criminal Justice. Request information about our 4-year Criminal Justice - Cloud Security Risk Management Concentration program today! 

Available In 

Day Classes, Evening Classes, and Online Option

  • Duration: 16 terms 
  • Term Length: 8 weeks 
  • Program Length: 4 years
  • Start Dates:  
    • Summer 2021 Term 1 (May 17)
    • Summer 2021 Term 2 (July 5)
    • Fall 2021 Term 1 (August 30)
    • Fall 2021 Term 2 (October 25)
    • Spring 2022 Term 1 (January 10)
  • Application Deadline: Rolling Admissions 

Sample Cloud Security Risk Management Degree Courses 

  • Cloud Security Risk Management Methodology
  • Cloud Security Risk Management Practicum 
  • Cloud Security Vulnerability Management

Criminal Justice Program Mission 

The Criminal Justice Program provides an integrated course of study in science and humanities in order to prepare students for this complex and rapidly changing field. The Program provides inter-disciplinary course work which fosters critical thinking, humanistic reflection, and the ability to innovate. This program will prepare students to enter a wide array of criminal justice fields or graduate study. 

Cloud Security Risk Management Program Learning Outcomes 

Upon completion of the Bay State College Baccalaureate of Science in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Cloud Security Risk Management, students will: 

  1. Understand the origins and historical development of the field of security as well as the fundamental principles of cyber security and risk management. 
  2. Understand the major theories surrounding approaches to cyber security and computer crime and be able to adapt these approaches to organizational, state, national and global contexts.  
  3. Understand the compliance implications of selected cloud security policies and methods with specific focus  on the NIST Risk Management Framework and FedRAMP.   
  4. Be able to analyze cyber security within a larger context of the philosophy of technology and specific theories of modernity from major contributors in the field such as Lewis Mumford, Jacques Ellul, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Karl Marx.  
  5. Be able to apply NIST RMF/FedRAMP by way of completing project deliverables and communicating project results.  
  6. Be able to develop the capability to evaluate a test system, develop a security plan, select, edit, and write appropriate security controls and document results.  
  7. Be able to evaluate system security and analyze system assessment reports to make recommendations for a plan of action and milestones, as well as to comply with Authorization to Operate package requirements and develop Information Security Continuous Monitoring Strategy.
  8. Be able to examine tools and techniques used by security professionals and ethical hackers to protect computer networks and organizational assets in the cloud.
  9. Be able to analyze how cyber- crime intersects with issues of terrorism and comes to be considered cyber-warfare and/or cyber-attacks.  
  10. Be able to place cyber security into a larger context of global resiliency and sustainability in order to create integrated solutions that are consistent with the larger realities of the volatile social, political, economic, and natural environments of our modern world.


Cloud Security Risk Management Degree Accreditation

Bay State College is is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE, formerly NEASC).

The New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) accredits schools and colleges in the six New England states (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont). Membership in one of the six regional accrediting associations in the United States indicates that the school or college has been carefully evaluated and found to meet the standards agreed upon by qualified educators.

Bay State College is authorized to award the following degrees by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Associate in Science, Associate in Applied Science, Bachelor of Science.