The graduate learning track in Advanced Cybersecurity/Cybercrime is a three-course program including the study of advanced cybercrime analysis, intrusion detection and incident handling, and advanced digital forensics. It is designed for students who wish to heighten their knowledge of cybersecurity/cybercrime without committing to a degree or certificate program.
Programmatic Admission Requirements
For this program, you must provide an official transcript of your previously-completed bachelor's or master's degree and have ONE of the following:
- Associate or bachelor's degree in information technology or a related field (Example: computer science, information systems, database development, etc.)
- 2 years of work experience in the specific sub-field for this degree
- Completion of one of our undergraduate IT certificates
- Completion of 6 upper-level (300-400) undergraduate credits in IT-related courses
- Completion of an IT-related minor or concentration during your undergraduate program
- Certification from CompTIA A+ (2010 – present) or a combination of the following (must have two) CompTIA Network +, CompTIA Project +, CompTIA Security+ (all 2010-present)
- A valid and current Project Management Professional certification from the Project Management Institute
- Completion of CISSP certification (valid up until the expiration date)
- If the IT-specific requirements are not noted in the official bachelor's or master's transcript, you must provide official copies of your undergraduate transcripts that show the appropriate coursework.
- The verification of the two years of work experience needs to be sent to the university from your current/previous employer on company letterhead.
- Preadmission courses completed at the undergraduate level must be graded C or better; B or better at the graduate level.
If you have questions regarding a program’s admission requirements, please contact an admissions representative at 877-755-2787 or firstname.lastname@example.org.