Master of Professional Studies in the Field of Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management

The Master of Professional Studies in the field of cybersecurity strategy and information management degree program is for working professionals from the military, homeland security, and private sectors who wish to gain the expertise to address current and emerging challenges in information technology security. Students learn strategies and practices that empower them to manage critical information in the fight against hackers, terrorists, and cyber criminals. The program also enhances the skills of current homeland security and criminal justice professionals, preparing leaders to secure the country's digital infrastructure.

Specific admission requirements can be found on the Graduate Program Finder. 

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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 36 credits in required courses.

Required:
PSCS 6244Information Systems Protection
PSCS 6245Cybersecurity Law and Policy
PSCS 6246Cyber Intelligence and Strategic Analysis
PSCS 6247Cyber Defense Strategy
PSCS 6248Introduction to Cyber Conflicts
PSCS 6255Information Management for Justice and Public Safety Professionals
PSCS 6256Application of Technology to Data Analytics
PSCS 6257Enterprise Architecture and Standards
PSCS 6258Information Sharing and Safeguarding
PSCS 6259Strategic Information Technology Investment and Performance Management
PSSL 6260Methods of Analysis in Security
PSSL 6270Capstone Project