The Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security program explores subjects such as network security, digital forensics, network infrastructures, and secure mobile networks. Students gain a thorough knowledge of network threats, data encryption, wireless network security, data authentication, data recovery and forensics, network architecture, and emerging network technologies.
A transcript showing proof of completion of an undergraduate BS or BA degree from an accredited institution. Mathematical experience to include a minimum of one semester of Pre-Calculus, one semester of Discrete Mathematics and one semester of Statistics, or the equivalent experience. C Programming proficiency, to include a minimum of one class of C Programming and one class of Data structures, or the equivalent experience.
Accreditation & Licensing
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
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