Earn a master's degree in cyber and information security online, learn defensive and offensive approaches to stop malicous attacks
As cyber criminals become increasingly sophisticated, the demand for professionals who can create, manage and protect critical systems continues to grow.
A master’s degree in cyber and information security provides the advanced, up-to-date knowledge needed to protect corporations and government agencies from today’s threats. In addition, this program prepares you for the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam, a globally recognized certification in the field of IT security.
Program is 100% Online
Our master’s in cyber and information security program is offered 100% online. Once you are accepted, all you need is an Internet connection and you can attend class. We keep the classes small so you receive personalized attention from faculty who are interested in sharing their knowledge and helping you succeed.
Market Demand for Cyber and Information Security
Get the advanced education needed to become a computer information security officer, security manager, chief security officer, chief scientist, risk assessor, information systems security officer, cybersecurity administrator, chief information officer, or information security analyst.
Graduates with a cyber security master’s degree earn on average $120,000 to $150,000 per year
MSCIS graduates pursue careers as:
- Computer Information Systems Security Officer (CISSO)
- Security Manager
- Chief Security Officer
- Chief Scientist
- Risk Assessor
- Information Systems Security Officer
- Cybersecurity Administrator
- Chief Information Officer
- Information Security Analyst