The Master of Science in Cyber Security (MSCS) program is a professional degree designed to prepare students for leadership positions in cyberspace security.
Many courses are three credit hours and are offered in eight-week terms, either online or in a hybrid format.
Students will earn a MS degree upon completion of 30 credit hours consisting of a 3 credit hour course in cyber security fundamentals, 15 credit hours in 5 core cyber security courses, 9 credit hours of further study in 3 elective cyber security subjects, and a 3 credit hour Capstone course.
In addition to the requirements stated under the Graduate Admissions Policy, the requirements for admission to the MSCS program are as follows:
Two letters of recommendation: one employer, one personal.
Completion of the program interview process and written approval of admission by the program director after review of the admission requirements.
Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution which includes topical coverage consistent with NSA CAE Core Knowledge Unit Requirements to include a minimum of 3 credit hours with a C or better: