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Cybersecurity, M.S.

The Master of Science in cybersecurity is designed to help computing professionals expand their knowledge in the cybersecurity area, creating opportunities for advancement in the field. It will build skills to recognize, prepare for, defend against, and investigate current and future threats.

National Job Growth

Job opportunities in the cybersecurity field are projected to grow 7% in the United States by 2026.

Faculty are Experts in the Field

All graduate faculty members are experts in the field, holding doctorate degrees.

Flexible Class Schedule

Cybersecurity classes are offered in the evenings or online.

Source: EMSI, 2021

Program Overview

The cybersecurity program contains broad coverage of the discipline, preparing students to address a wide variety of issues across an organization. Theoretical concepts are complemented by hands-on application throughout the program. All students will complete a Capstone experience consisting of either a thesis or an applied project.

Why Study Cybersecurity at Grand Valley?

Program Details