CGS in Cybersecurity and Intelligence

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Our Certificate of Graduate Studies (CGS) programs provide students with opportunities for professional development without the formal pursuit of a graduate degree.

The CGS in cybersecurity and intelligence highlights theory, policy and problems in this emerging field. Coursework trains managers to lead and interact in a technological environment and bridge the communication gap between management and technicians.

To earn this certificate, students complete four courses (12 credits).

Required courses:

  • ADJ519: U.S. Intelligence or ADJ543: Cyber Intelligence
  • ADJ576: High Technology Crime

Students also choose two of the following:

  • ADJ526: Principles of Digital Forensics
  • ADJ530: Cyberthreat Analysis
  • ADJ531: Cyberthreat Management
  • ADJ532: Cyberterrorism
  • ADJ555: Challenges to Counterterrorism
  • ADJ565: Analytics Methodology
  • ADJ579: Advanced Persistent Threat: Tactics, Techniques and Procedures
  • ADJ581: Special Topics
  • HCA530: Cybersecurity and Resiliency in Health Care Administration

Learn more about costs, financing and success rates for this program.