Student Learning Outcomes — A student with a Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
Design, implement and analyze an organization’s information security policies.
Design, implement and deploy cybersecurity solutions for protecting an organization’s information resources.
Identify the appropriate cryptographic algorithms and protocols to be deployed in the context of an organization’s security policy.
Design and implement secure software.
Adapt to a dynamic multidisciplinary technological environment through teamwork, ethical concerns, and effective communication.
This program is designed to prepare graduates with most essential advanced skills in Cybersecurity. The graduates from the program can apply these skills to protect resources in the cyber domain.
Admission Requirements — Admission is granted on the basis of applicant’s academic aptitude and potential which will be evaluated through academic record and/or work experience. To be admitted to the program:
A student must have an undergraduate degree in computer science or a related discipline. Applicants who have degrees in some non-computing fields will also be considered for admission provided they have completed at least one programming course course with a grade of B or better.
A student must have a minimum undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 2.80.