The Master's Degree in Cybersecurity with a concentration in Information Assurance provides you with a core foundation of knowledge and applied expertise in information security controls, the regulatory environment, and information risk management and incident response.
Learn how to balance defenses and risks to secure the integrity of information in storage; ensure its accessibility to authorized personnel and inaccessibility to unauthorized personnel; and maintain the confidentiality of an organization or agency's sensitive, identifying and personal data.
Courses will prepare graduates for entry-level or advanced positions in the field of Digital Forensics (sometimes called Cyber Forensics).
This concentration requires four core courses, plus five concentration courses, and one practicum course. For a full list of courses, view the Graduate Catalog.
Please note that you are required to participate in a three-credit-hour practicum experience as part of this program. This provides an opportunity for you to gain valuable practical experience in the industry while working toward your degree.
The Fall 2015 term begins on Aug. 24, 2015
The Spring 2016 term application deadline is Dec. 4, 2015
The Spring 2016 term begins Jan. 11, 2016
The Summer 2016 term application deadline is March 18, 2016
The Summer 2016 term begins May 16, 2016