The MSCS degree leads toward a cyber-security career by gaining practical skills combatting real and simulated cyber-attacks. Some of the career paths in cyber-security include: cyber policy analyst, chief security officer, cyber-security software engineer, digital forensics expert, information systems security administrator and many more. Sullivan University’s cyber-security graduate degree can be earned entirely online.
- Analytical and decision-making skills
- Managerial and teamwork skills
- Ability to manipulate complex data
- Willingness to tinker with computing infrastructure
The program welcomes bachelor’s degree graduates with a background in computer science, information technology, and law enforcement, as well as mid-level managers and professionals.
What is the most important or unique thing about Sullivan's Master of Science in Cyber Security program?
Length: 18 months
Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.
|Total Credit Hours||48|
|MGT 510||Managerial Communications Skills||4|
|MGT 590||Project Management||4|
|CSC 520||Fundamentals of Cyber Security||4|
|CSC 540||Information Security||4|
|CSC 550||Data Mining & Distributed Computing||4|
|CSC 622||Evaluating Emerging Cyber & Information Security Technologies||4|
|CSC 623||Business Continuity & Disaster Response Processes & Strategies||4|
|CSC 624||Cyber & Information Security Policy Analysis||4|
|CSC 625||Applied Digital Forensics||4|
|CSC 626||Cyber Warfare & Espionage: Tactics, Techniques & Tools for Cyber Professionals||4|
|CSC 635||Computer Security & Legal Issues||4|
|CSC 681||IT Capstone Project||4|
*Courses subject to change.