Program Overview

University of Maryland at University College offers a Certificate in Cybersecurity Technology for students and professionals in business. The program is designed for those who wish to develop their understanding of the techniques and technology utilized in cybersecurity prevention and protection against attacks in an effort to complement or improve their career goals with additional training and education. Students will study the fundamental issues and techniques in the utilization of technology to analyze cybersecurity issues from a variety of perspectives, to lead cybersecurity teams, and to make strategic decisions to prevent organizational entities from cyber threats.

Students will learn about the field of cybersecurity and technology utilized in planning, prevention, and response to a cybersecurity threat. Those classes include orientation to graduate studies at UMUC, cyberspace and cybersecurity, prevention and protection strategies in cybersecurity, and monitoring, auditing, intrusion detection, intrusion prevention, and penetration testing.

Students will learn about the field of cybersecurity and technology utilized in planning, prevention, and response to a cybersecurity threat. Those classes include orientation to graduate studies at UMUC, cyberspace and cybersecurity, prevention and protection strategies in cybersecurity, and monitoring, auditing, intrusion detection, intrusion prevention, and penetration testing.

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    Program Details

    Degree Level: Certificate

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

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    Accreditation & Licensing

    Middle States Commission on Higher Education

    Requirements

    Undergraduate degree

    School Overview

    The University of Maryland, University College is a public university that was founded in 1947. The main headquarters of UMUC is in Adelphi, Maryland, a town that borders College Park. UMUC is one of eleven divisions of the University of Maryland and provides quality educational opportunities for primarily non-traditional adult students. UMUC developed as a result of the popularity of evening programs for adults that were offered by the University of Maryland in the 1920’s. The University of Maryland established the College of Special and Continuation Studies (CSCS) in 1947, and in 1959 it became the University of Maryland College. The UMUC became an independent university in 1970, and in 1988 it became part of the University System of Maryland.

    The UMUC offers associate's, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in professional subjects, all of which can be earned online or in hybrid formats. 

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