Securing an organization's data requires a combination of technical skills, innovative concepts and managerial acumen. This program is developed with one critical goal: educate professionals on how to secure the information that is key to today's enterprises.

The 36-unit master's degree provides practical knowledge on cyber warfare, cryptography, risk management, network security and more. A 15-unit Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security Management is also offered and can be transferred into the degree at any time.

Contact:Holly Stanwich

Master of Cyber Security Management

Total units required: 36

Required Courses: Choose 15 units
INFO 5502The Art and Science of Risk Management (*)3
INFO 560Cyber Security & Info Assurance (*)3
INFO 561A View from the Bridge: Leading an Information Security Team (*)3
INFO 562Threat Intelligence & Intrusion Incident Management (*)3
INFO 567Enterprise Network Security (*)3
INFO 581BEmerging Technologies and Innovation3
INFO 612Cyber Counterespionage - Case Study Analysis3
Business & Organizational Courses: Choose 9 units
INFO 5500Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)3
INFO 584Public Speaking and Presentation Skills for Technical Professionals3
ETEM 524AExecutive Perspectives for Technical Professionals3
GSever 502Financial Principles of the Company3
MGT 529Management and Corporate Responsibility1.5
OB 524Negotiation3
OB 565Leading Change1.5
Elective Courses: Choose 9 units
INFO 556Advanced Risk Analysis and Response Planning3
INFO 557Privacy in the Digital Age3
INFO 575Data Warehousing3
INFO 578Security Auditing3
INFO 586Defensive Forensics/Reverse Software Engineering3
INFO 587Mobile Security and BYOD3
INFO 588Cryptography3
Capstone: Required
INFO 585Cyber Security Capstone3

 (*) Courses required to earn a 15-unit Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security Management