Cybersecurity

Master of Science
Cybersecurity

Overview

Students entering the Master of Science in Cybersecurity program are required to have completed a baccalaureate degree from a college or university accredited by an accepted accrediting body within the area of information and computing technology.  Students may also demonstrate experience by completing an undergraduate major in a discipline related to information technology, including but not limited to business information systems, computer engineering, computer science, data communication, information management, information technology, mathematical and physical sciences, and software engineering.

 

For International Students: This program is pending final approval from The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP).  International students who wish to pursue this area of study can enroll in a similar program that is already approved by SEVP and transfer to the preferred program upon approval. 

2 Year Program
Available Residentially
Available Online

Objectives

  • Analyze and evaluate the cybersecurity needs of an organization.
  • Conduct a cybersecurity risk assessment.
  • Assess and troubleshoot cyber security systems.
  • Implement cybersecurity solutions.
  • Gain mastery of cybersecurity, information assurance, and cyber/computer forensics software/tools.
  • Design and develop security architecture, operational and strategic cybersecurity strategies and policies.
  • Communicate effectively to a variety of audiences, demonstrate ethical behavior, and understand the need for lifelong learning.