Graduate Certificate - Cybersecurity Management
Degree Specific Credits: 12
Required Cumulative GPA: 3.0
- The Cybersecurity Management Certificate is designed to provide students with the technical and management skills necessary to work in the Cybersecurity field.
- Students will use Cybersecurity skills as a consultant or as an employee helping an organization to develop and implement a Cybersecurity program or respond to security incidents. Students will explore a variety of knowledge areas of Cybersecurity Management and apply that knowledge in a project in the capstone course.
- The curriculum is based on the Core Knowledge Units developed by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Students will gain skills in programming; networking technology & protocols; databases & analytics; probability & statistics; policy, legal, ethics, and compliance; cybersecurity fundamentals & practices, and cybersecurity management & planning.
Required Courses and Electives
|Complete all of the following courses:|
|BMIS 471||Fundamentals of Network & Security Management||3|
|BMIS 472||Advanced Network & Security Management||3|
|Complete six credits of the following courses:||6|
|Introduction to Real-time Data Analytics|
|Integrated Project Management for IS|
|Fundamentals of Consulting|
|Mining of Text & Unstructured Data|
|Management of Information Systems|
|Advanced Marketing Research|
|Applied Data Analytics|
|Advanced Applied Modeling|
|Big Data and Innovation|
Minimum Required Grade: C