The Master's Degree
Master of Science in Cybersecurity Management program to be offered by The College of Business and Management is designed to develop graduate students' leadership, analytical thinking, and management skills in cybersecurity management as required by private, public and nonprofit organizations. The program will provide advanced knowledge and training in cybersecurity management. The Master of Science in Cybersecurity Management may be earned online, on campus, or through a combination of online and on-campus.
New students must contact the department office for initial advising to plan a program of study that reflects their interests and satisfies degree requirements. All students are strongly encouraged to consult an academic advisor before enrolling in course work for any academic team.
To be eligible to graduate with a Master's in Cybersecurity Management degree, a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better is required for all core and elective course work (30 total credit hours)
Students also should refer to the campus policy on Grades Acceptable Toward Master's Degree, section of this catalog.
|Required Core Courses|
|MIS 513||Management Information Systems||3|
|MIS 564||Data Communications and Networking||3|
|MIS 578||Information Security||3|
|MIS 579||Cybersecurity Management||3|
|MIS 581||Compliance and Legal Issues in Cybersecurity||3|
|MIS 591||Digital Forensics||3|
|MIS 592||Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Assessment||3|
|MIS 593||Cybersecurity Policy||3|
|MIS 594||Business Continuity Planning||3|
|MIS 595||Capstone - Cybersecurity Management 1||3|
Prerequisite Courses: 24 hours of 500- level course work in MIS/CSM. Restricted to Cybersecurity Management. Restricted to Graduate students.