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New BS in Network Engineering & Security on its way
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Have some new degrees added to the Wiki.

WGU IT Network Engineering and Security Degree Plan
https://degreeforum.miraheze.org/wiki/WG...egree_Plan

WGU IT Network Engineering and Security Cisco Track Degree Plan
https://degreeforum.miraheze.org/wiki/WG...egree_Plan

I do like some of the new courses however it's harder to max out the transfer credits with the new degree vs the old degree.
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raekwon Wrote:True enough, but the structure (however loose) of an actual degree program is likely to keep me in line to actually finish what I need to finish. (I also considered just doing the Cisco BSNES and then moving on to the MSCSIA at WGU... but I really want to do the Masters in Cybersecurity from Georgia Tech after undergrad.)

It's best to have "multiple" options to look at instead of just focusing on MS Cybersecurity at Georgia Tech. For example, I would add a couple more such as U of Texas-Austin or another one that is similarly ranked if they have comparable programs offered with MOOC's, I would have 3 programs as your go to... and maybe one or two backup options.

LevelUP Wrote:Have some new degrees added to the Wiki.

WGU IT Network Engineering and Security Degree Plan
https://degreeforum.miraheze.org/wiki/WG...egree_Plan

WGU IT Network Engineering and Security Cisco Track Degree Plan
https://degreeforum.miraheze.org/wiki/WG...egree_Plan

I do like some of the new courses however it's harder to max out the transfer credits with the new degree vs the old degree.

Awesome... That was fast! It's great someone is working on the wiki and keeping it up to date so quickly. Thanks!
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Josh Madakor does an excellent breakdown of the new WGU BSNES tracks:

https://youtu.be/RpySh08H40g
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