The Cybersecurity: Computer Science Graduate Certificate is an interdisciplinary online practitioner-based offering concentrating in the growing field of information security. This certificate is comprised of five courses offered by the Business Information Systems and Computer Science departments. Two core courses are required and then students must select one of the specialized tracks to complete the certificate.
Students working towards the graduate certificate must be admitted into the program. Students must have a bachelor’s degree in either a technical discipline or an appropriate discipline related to their chosen track. Students with other bachelor’s degrees and professional experience will also be considered.
The graduate certificate is offered completely online. Students do not need to attend classes at the main or any regional campuses in order to earn the certificate. Graduate credit is earned for all passing classes.
Required Courses (15 credit hours)
Core Courses (6 credit hours)
The following two courses must be completed by all students.