Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Management Deadline Dec. 1
The School of Public Policy is launching a new one-year Emergency Management Cybersecurity graduate certificate program. The program prepares decision makers to address the growing challenges of managing effective cybersecurity practices and mitigating threats within private and public organizations. The overarching goal of the certificate program is to provide cybersecurity leaders with the skills to communicate effectively to both technical and non-technical individuals at all levels of an organization.
The Emergency Management Cybersecurity graduate certificate program draws upon expertise of an interdisciplinary team of faculty from the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, Lee Business School, and the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs.
The program is comprised of four 3-credit courses offered consecutively over two semesters for a total of 12 credits plus a one-week onsite session in Las Vegas.
SEC 700: Introduction to Cybersecurity
ECEM 702: Cyber Law - Digital Intellectual Property & Privacy
ECEM 710: Crisis & Emergency Management
ECEM 735: Concept Implementation & Cyber Lab
The deadline to apply is December 1, 2017 for a spring 2018 start date. Visit www.unlv.edu/publicpolicy/cybersecurity for more information and application procedures.