The master's in cybersecurity program is open to graduates from all undergraduate disciplines. You are required to have a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year institution in the United States, or proof of equivalent training at an international college or university.
Some technical background is preferred, but not required. Based upon your background, a summer bootcamp course may be assigned and required in order to complete the program
Program is made to accommodate current full-time workers. Thus, all courses are held in the evening or are offered as hybrid or fully online courses. The program is not entirely online, thus you will need to be located in Las Vegas for some courses/experiences.
The interdisciplinary master of science in cybersecurity degree program consists of faculty from the Lee Business School and Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering. These faculty are world-recognized experts in numerous business sectors, publish in top- tier internationally recognized academic journals, and are engaged in the business community.
The cost to complete the required 30 graduate credits in the program is roughly $13,000.
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