Master of Science in Cyber Technology

Clayton State University
Degree Level Masters
Total Credit Hours 30

Program Description

This program is designed to enable both traditional students and working adults to pursue graduate education in the field of cyber technology. Students will be equipped with knowledge and skills needed to advance their career or perform a mid-career transition into cyber technology areas. The objective is to prepare students to work and study independently and collaboratively, to pursue academic career or professional career in industry, business, or government. Graduates of this program will be able to:

  1. Secure data using current software and hardware tools, and respond to threats that occur over the internet
  2. Design and implement risk analysis, security policies, and damage assessment
  3. Plan, implement and audit operating systems' security in a networked, multi-platform and cross platform environment
  4. Provide contingency operations like administrative planning for incident response, disaster recovery, or business continuity planning within information security