The Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Studies is a specialized program that is designed to prepare students for a range of career opportunities within the cybersecurity field. UAH is certified as a national Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cyber Defense Education. The certificate program includes 18 semester hours of classes and covers topics including cryptography, data and information security, network defense, and digital forensics. A subset of these courses may be used to satisfy elective requirements within the MS-Cybersecurity, Management track or MS-Information Systems programs.
|NETWORKING & IT INFRASTRUCTURE|
|NETWORK DEFENSE & SECURITY|
|BUSINESS CONTINGENCY PLANNING|
|Electives: Choose one 1||3|
|BUSINESS ANALYTICS & AI|
|DATA MGT AND DATA MINING|
|ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLNG SYS|
|Total Semester Hours||18|
Students are required to satisfy the prerequisites for any elective they choose. Students who wish to substitute some other courses as directed electives may seek prior approval for such a substitution by contacting the Graduate Advisor in the UAH College of Business.