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Master of Science in Cybersecurity Management

(This degree program has met conditions for eligibility and will be submitted for accreditation by the ACBSP in the next accrediting cycle.)

The Master of Science in Cybersecurity Management (MSCBM) program is designed to empower leaders in futureproofing their organizations through effective cybersecurity management. Leaders will be able to navigate their organization's digital transformation through a strong foundation in cybersecurity, strategic, operational, and technology risk management.

We take an interdisciplinary approach to Cybersecurity Management through the lens of Security by Design, Digital Ethics, Privacy, Compliance, Agile ways of working, Digital Transformation, and a Risk optimization mindset by embedding trust.

ADMISSION INFORMATION

FOUNDATIONAL COURSES

(These courses must be taken prior to satisfying Program Degree Requirements.)

MANA 5302 - Quantitative Analysis and Modeling for Decision-Making

MSITM 6302 - Business Intelligence and Data Mining (Requisite: MANA 5302 and MSITM 5342 or MSITM 6341)

program degree requirements

The Master of Science Cybersecurity Management is a 36-credit hour program

CYBS 6301 - Data Protection (Requisite MSITM 6302)

CYBS 6302 - Digital Forensics

CYBS 6303 - Operational Cybersecurity Management

MSITM 5350 - Cloud Computing

MSITM 6308 - DevOps

MSITM 6311 - Introduction to Information Security Management

MSITM 6312 - Information Security Privacy, Policy and Governance

MSITM 6313 - Information Security Privacy, Program Management, and Development

MSITM 6314 - Information Security Privacy, Risk Management

MSITM 6323 - Blockchain

MSITM 6330 - Digital Ethics

MSITM 6320 - Humanics Agile Project Management

or

BUAD 5302 - Graduate Internship*

or the following three courses:

MSITM 6125 - Business Technology Internship I (S-L)

MSITM 6126 - Business Technology Internship II (S-L)

MSITM 6127 - Business Technology Internship III (S-L)

*Course may be repeated with advisor consultation for CR/NC

Total Credit Hours Required

36

(S-L)=Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.

Refer to individual course descriptions for course requisites.

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

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