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Master of Science in Information Assurance
Make yourself an invaluable asset to any organization and get the skills to stay one step ahead of threats with the MS in Information Assurance from Regis University. Once you master expert cybersecurity techniques and strategies, you can protect private and sensitive data. Be an important force in an increasingly technology-focused world while instilling confidence in customers and organizations that their information will remain secure at all times.
Choose from two specializations geared for specific career tracks in cybersecurity and IA policy management. Both curriculums prepare you with transformative expertise for long-term career success, helping you grow with the constant evolution of computer security and the risks that threaten it.
Cybersecurity Specialization: Study the fundamentals for securing entire data networks with specific courses on database security, risk analysis and policy, and computer and network forensics. This specialization will provide you with hands-on experience and time in our up-to-date labs.
IA Policy Management Specialization: Learn how to plan for physical security breaches, disaster recovery, implementation of enterprise and architecture security systems, risk management, and auditing best practices. Through this specialization you will study the governance side of information assurance.
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North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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