The online Master of Science in Cybersecurity teaches students to proactively address ever-changing attack and infiltration techniques. Students gain advanced knowledge and hands-on experience in cyber intelligence, critical infrastructures, and investigative principles as they relate to cybercrime, including:
An understanding of the major concepts in cybersecurity
Training in critical thinking and decision making skills as they specifically relate to attacks on national critical infrastructures
The application of cyber technology to field operations
A practical knowledge of cybercrime investigations, including methods of maintaining the integrity of cyber evidence.
Ethics as applied to cybersecurity operations and policy
The online curriculum offers specializations in Malware Analysis, Electronic Crime, Cyber Intelligence, Computer Forensics, and Cyber Operations.
The online MS in Cybersecurity program has earned National Center of Excellence designations from both the NSA/DHS and the EC-Council.
Utica College's online M.S. in Cybersecurity - Electronic Crime specialization is designed for students interested in understanding the technical, legal, and ethical aspects of electronic crime, white collar crime and fraud investigation. Coursework for this specialization focuses on risk and compliance, legal issues, fraud management and advanced techniques for performing fraud analysis.
Requires three-day on campus residency during the 1st semester
Official transcript showing award of bachelor’s degree and official transcript from all graduate colleges attended
Applicants are required to have a 3.0 or better overall GPA
Applicants must submit three letters of recommendation
Accreditation & Licensing
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
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