According to the University of Arizona:
|The Master of Science in Cybersecurity curriculum draws from the University of Arizona’s programs in Management Information Systems, Electrical & Computer Engineering, and Systems & Industrial Engineering. The program, available 100% online, is ideal for professionals who have three years of technical work experience in IT, engineering and other related fields and want to boost their skills for a cybersecurity career path. Students engage in theoretical and hands-on approaches to learn the critical components of cybersecurity. Courses cover topics such as business intelligence data mining, information security, risk management, systems security management, penetration testing, network security, system cybersecurity engineering and cyber warfare.|
|Total credit hours||33|
|Tuition per credit||Tuition and fees|
|Accreditation||The Master’s in Cybersecurity program and its courses are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business|
|Concentrations||Information Systems: This track focuses on securing the information systems of a company such as software, cloud-based data, and people.
Physical Systems: This track focuses on securing the hardware and physical systems of a company such as computers, laptops, email, and items within the Internet of things.
|Admission requirements||According to the University of Arizona, to be eligible for admission to the Master of Cybersecurity program, applicants must fulfill the following requirements: