In an increasingly digital world, cyber-attacks are an everyday occurrence. Cyber security professionals are employed to protect organisations from these cyber threats and are in high demand globally. This course can prepare you for a successful career in cyber security anywhere in the world.
Throughout the Master of Cyber Security, you will learn how to detect, analyse and confront cyber security challenges. You will focus on a range of studies, and gain knowledge about system security and digital forensics, analytics, organisational security and human aspects of cyber security.
This course gives you the cyber security skills that are crucial to the success of our digital future. And, once you graduate, you’ll have the knowledge and talent to take on an expert security role within business, government or law enforcement.
To complete the Master of Cyber Security, you will complete 8, 12 or 16 credit points, depending on your prior experience.
The course is structured in three parts:
Part A. Fundamental Information Technology Studies (4 credit points),
Part B. Introductory Cyber Security Studies (4 credit points), and
Part C. Mastery Cyber Security Studies (8 credit points).
Depending upon prior qualifications and/or experience, you may receive credit for Parts A and B.
Acquire advanced skills at a postgraduate level with a Master of Cyber Security from Deakin and prepare yourself for a variety of career possibilities.