4 YEARS | ENGLISH TAUGHT | ON CAMPUS
The Cyber security Program provides students with the knowledge and skills of computer security, bringing together theory, tools, and best practices. It also prepares students for careers in many areas of cyber security including cyber analytics, penetration testing, network security, digital forensics, and cyber security operations and management careers. Through this program, students specifically learn to identify and apply theories and processes related to information security, assurance, and cyber security. They also develop the skills to apply security and cyber defense principles to the planning, implementing, and monitoring of cyber security mechanisms to help ensure the protection of information technology assets. The program also covers questions around ethical decision-making and professional integrity, as well as, prepare students to better identify and analyze organizational problems relating to information assurance, security, and its implications for value creation and defense.
The Cybersecurity Graduate Program provides a professional, technical and policy view of the challenges created by rapid advancements in information technology. You’ll examine principles of computer systems security, including attack protection and prevention. By combining computer science and application, this program’s interdisciplinary approach will give you the vital skills needed for today’s cyber workforce.
Internship: 3 credits
Students interested in an internship with a business or organization related to Cybersecurity can take this course which will be counted towards his or her elective.
Capstone: 3 credits
Master Thesis: 6 credits