Master of Engineering in the Field of Cybersecurity Analytics
The master of engineering (MEng) in the field of cybersecurity analytics is an interdisciplinary program that draws courses from departments across SEAS: computer science, electrical and computer engineering, and engineering management and systems engineering. The purpose of the MEng in cybersecurity analytics is to address technical challenges in the rapidly changing field of cybersecurity. In this program, students will explore topics related to protecting critical infrastructure including secure systems and hardware design, cyber resilience, intrusion detection, and defensive cybersecurity operations. The program is designed for students with a technical background but is accessible to those with relevant nontechnical degrees as well.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 30 credits in required courses.
|SEAS 6014||Introduction to Software and Hardware Security|
|CSCI 6016||Applied Network Defense (Prerequisite: SEAS 6014)|
|CSCI 6015||Cyber Forensics|
|ECE 6132||Secure Cloud Computing|
|EMSE 6540||Management of Information and Systems Security|
|EMSE 6544||Auditing, Monitoring, and Intrusion Detection for Information Security Managers (Prerequisite: EMSE 6540)|
|EMSE 6547||Cyber Resilience|
|EMSE 6560||Open-source Intelligence Analysis|
|EMSE 6767||Applied Data Analytics|
|SEAS 6410||Security Data Visualization (Prerequisite: EMSE 6767)|