Master in Cyber SecurityIMF Academy
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Master in Cyber Security – Admission Requirements The Master in Cyber Security aims at professionals with a relevant Bachelor or Master’s degree in the field of IT, Business or International Relations, an adequate proficiency in the English language and several years of professional experience, who wish to broaden or deepen their knowledge of Cyber Security. You will need to take an English proficiency test at the start of the Master in order to proceed.
Certificate in Cyber Security - Threat Detection – Part of the Master in Cyber Security Threat detection focuses on the knowledge and tools necessary to address the increasing demand of corporate and governmental organizations to improve the security of their cyber content. The 4 courses of this certificate, each spanning 2 months, provide an understanding of the foundation of current Cyber Security threats, the phraseology and terminology used in the sector, as well as the various roles, responsibilities and tools related to the detection of cyber threats.
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
Cyber Security Threat Detection
Cyber Security Forensics
Cyber Security Strategic Operations
Cyber Attacks and Counter Cyber Attacks
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Master in Cyber Security – Program Curriculum
To successfully accomplish this Master and to earn the official American MS (Master in Cyber Security) degree, you must gain a total of 40 credit hours by taking 14 courses altogether. These include 6 core courses as well as 4 elective courses and 2 capstone courses. In addition you must choose 2 extra courses, either of the elective courses or other courses offered by the university in a complementary field. Each course gives you 3 credit hours (except from the ‘Career Success in the 21st Century' course that grants you 1 credit hour) and consists of 9 evening classes, spanning 2 months. Per week you should count on 8 - 12 hours of self study, excluding the classroom (or online) sessions.