With the precipitous rise in global cyber crime, espionage and terrorism, it is little surprise that cybersecurity is now the number one national security issue we face. Yet as these agents of chaos seem to multiply by the minute, we’re facing a crucial shortage of cybersecurity leaders who can take on this fight. To solve the cybersecurity problem, we must fill this critical gap.
Designed in consultation with key government, military and law enforcement organizations, our Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management master’s program scrutinizes issues of law, policy and leadership expressly to create the next generation of cybersecurity’s strategic leaders. With a degree that can be completed in as little as 16 months, you will learn from the field’s top experts about the strategies and practices that protect critical information and make sure that the world’s digital infrastructure remains secure.
Program at a Glance
Flexible Course Schedule
A 36-credit master’s degree program that can be completed in as little as 16 months.
Designed in consultation with key government, military and law enforcement organizations.
Named a Federal Center for Academic Excellence in Information Assurance by the Department of Homeland Security
Where You'll Study
The Fall 2021 semester is being offered in-person and online. Students can transition between online and in person courses, offering convenience and flexibility. In-person classes are held primarily at GW’s Education Center in Arlington, Virginia.
What You'll Study
In 36 credits and 16 months, you can earn your MPS in Cybersecurity and Information Management. Designed for working professionals, students in this program will examine critical cybersecurity issues faced by corporations, federal agencies and the military.
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