The certificate of advanced studies in Cyber Policy provides students with an overview of the Constitutional, legal and public policy issues associated with the field of cybersecurity. Just as the field of cybersecurity is vast, so is the study of all the associated legal and policy issues. The certificate program educates students to examine how the United States Constitution, United States laws and public policy relate to every aspect of cyberspace and cybersecurity. In addition, the program addresses the complex interrelationship between the technical, legal, social, ethical, cultural and international aspects of cybersecurity and cyberspace operations. Students will also learn about techniques to understand, assess and manage risk in complex and diverse cyberspace and networked systems.
The 18 credit certificate which can be completed in just one year can seamlessly transfer into an advanced degree at Utica College.
- Bachelor's degree or International equivalent
- Minimum GPA of 2.7 (Applicants with GPAs below 2.7 can be admitted at the discretion of the department.)
- No GRE or GMAT required
School Accreditation Statement
Middle States Commission on Higher Education