Tulane SoPA IT program recognized by National Security Agency
The Tulane University School of Professional Advancement (SoPA) Information Technology program has received a Program of Study Validation from the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity (NCAE-C).
The recognition confirms Tulane SoPA’s information technology and cybersecurity curriculum and faculty meet National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Defense standards for cybersecurity education. Validated programs undergo rigorous peer-review and evaluation by U.S. federal cybersecurity agencies.
"I am pleased and honored that our Information Technology program received the Program of Study Validation status from the NSA; this helps to confirm that students are receiving the highest quality of curriculum, courses, content, labs, and expert faculty available."
— Ralph Russo, Tulane SoPA IT Program Director
The recognition extends to the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Cybersecurity through June 2028- when it will be eligible for renewal. The program was also selected to apply for the Center of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity (CAE-C) designation.
The Tulane SoPA Information Technology program prepares students for careers in information technology, networks, cloud, cybersecurity, application development, and more through real-world experiences and simulations.
Learn more about the Tulane School of Professional Advancement Information Technology program.