Center for Information Security Research and Education
Cybersecurity courses within the MS in Cybersecurity Degree Program
The MS in Cybersecurity is a two-year program designed specifically to prepare individuals with undergraduate degrees in technology disciplines for responsible leadership roles in the technology-based and information-based workplaces. The MS ISS degree equips technology professionals to assess the security needs of information and network systems and then to manage the implementation and maintenance of the recommended security solutions.
Credit hours required for this degree: 30.0
The Cybersecurity master’s degree requires 30 credit hours, or 10 three-credit courses.
Core Courses (21.0 Credit Hours)
- CIS 6321 - Introduction to Information System Security Credit Hours:0
- CIS 6322 - Secure Enterprise Computing Credit Hours:0
- CIS 6323 - Cryptography & Information Systems Security Credit Hours:0
- CIS 6324 - Information Sys Sec Risk Credit Hours:0
- CIS 6325 - Network Security Credit Hours:0
- CIS 6326 - Critical Thinking in Information Security Credit Hours:3
- TEPM 6301 - Project Management Principles Credit Hours:0
Prescribed Electives (Thesis or Project Track, 6.0 Credit Hours; Course Only Track, 9.0 Credit Hours)
- Advisor-approved Electives Credit Hours: 3.0