Our online classes are small and students and graduate program faculty work together closely in a virtual atmosphere designed to promote personal and professional development. The program requires the completion of 30 credit hours, and may be completed in two years. The program provides a core of courses at the heart of the discipline and then allows students to specialize in either of five areas: intelligence, computer forensics, cyber operations, malware analysis, or electronic crime.
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Foundations of Computing for Cybersecurity Requirement (3 credit hours)
Students who have not completed foundational computer software or networking courses, or who have no practical training and experience in computer software or networking will be required to take CYB 505 Foundations of Computing for Cybersecurity (3 credit hours) as a part of the program.