The cyber.domain is a collection of three teaching and research laboratories all with an emphasis on the critically important area of cybersecurity engineering and computer engineering technology. 

The Cyber Range provides a controlled, interactive environment where up-and-coming cybersecurity professionals can learn how to detect and mitigate threats using the same types of equipment they can expect as they enter the workforce. 

The Networking Lab provides an environment for computer networking courses, supporting the exploration and instruction of various networking concepts. The student stations are located around the perimeter, connecting equipment and cabling, with computer tables in the center for student seating.

The Extended Reality (XR) Research Lab features 4 virtual reality (VR) stations for students and faculty to explore programs that enhance tradition classroom materials. There are two motion platforms that can be used with X-Plane and Microsoft Flight Simulator as well as similar transportation-centric programs. The XR Research Lab also has augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) technologies to support additional stations, based on research and teaching requirements.