The Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy (TCP) program offers a graduate certificate that provides foundational knowledge and technical skills for students seeking career opportunities in the growing area of cybersecurity. Credits earned in this certificate can be applied towards earning an MS in Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy.
Required Courses and Credits
This certificate requires completion of 12 credit hours, as follows:
|CYBR 5300||Introduction to CyberSecurity||3|
|Fundamentals of Data Communication|
|Immersive Cyber Defense|
|Cybersecurity Network Analytics|
|Security Auditing and Penetration Testing|
|Total Credit Hours||12|
A student may petition the graduate committee to substitute one of the elective courses with a different graduate-level course. The petition must justify how the new course applies to a certificate in cybersecurity and/or how it supports the academic and career goals of the student.
A student may not have a course fulfill the requirements for multiple certificates.
To earn a certificate, students must receive a minimum grade of a C or higher in each course. Furthermore, the cumulative GPA for all courses applied to the certificate must be 3.0 or higher.