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The University of Texas at Dallas Master of Science in Cyber Security, Technology and Policy
The University of Texas at Dallas

Master of Science in Cyber Security, Technology and Policy

Richardson, USA

2 Years

English

Full time

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USD 18,276 / per semester

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Introduction

Cyber threats and attacks are increasing in frequency and severity. The MS degree in Cyber Security, Technology and Policy provides the opportunity for both students with prior computer science experience and those coming from non-technical backgrounds to learn strategic, policy, and analytic aspects of cybersecurity. In addition to courses in informational systems, computer science, and cognitive psychology, this program provides public policy courses regarding privacy, ethics, data security, and regulations, in relation to cybersecurity.

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The Master of Science in Cyber Security, Technology and Policy is a degree program intended for individuals who will systematically analyze cybersecurity and technologies issues, implementation, and analysis, within an interdisciplinary and strategic approach, and according to the mission of the organization. Students will gain both policy and cybersecurity expertise needed to study and solve complex problems using innovative methods for existing technology on a societal level. This graduate program will fill a workforce demand focusing on policymaking and policy analysis in relation to the cybersecurity field that is needed both in Texas and nationally. Graduates will be prepared for managerial and analysis positions in a wide array of professional settings in the public and private sectors.

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