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In support of the university’s mission, the Master of Science in Networking and Cybersecurity (MSNCS) is designed to appeal to a broad range of individuals. The program balances theory with practice, offers an extensive set of traditional and state-of-the-art courses, and provides the necessary flexibility to accommodate students with various backgrounds, including computer professionals who want to expand their understanding of Networking and Cybersecurity, as well as individuals whose undergraduate degrees are not in Computer Science but wish to broaden their knowledge in security.
- Demonstrate practical implementation of privacy, security, forensics, and copyright issues in professional and social environments.
- Design, analyze, manage, and evaluate the performance of different network architectural models.
- Identify, develop, and implement effective and efficient defense mechanisms to secure organizational networks and information resources to support organizational goals.
- Apply social, ethical, and legal principles of technologies and their applications in the Networking and Cybersecurity field.
- Communicate effectively individually or in cross-functional teams.
- Chief Information Security Officer.
- IT Security Consultant
- Security Architect
- Senior Network Engineer
- Digital Forensic Analyst
- Instructor at a college or university teaching Networking and Cybersecurity in addition to Computer Science courses.
ASSOCIATED MICROCREDENTIALS :
- Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
- IT Security Consultant: (ITSC)
- Senior Network Engineer: (SNWE)
- Digital Forensic Analyst: (DFA)