Become a cybersecurity analyst — a vital member of an organization’s network security team.
Evenings and Saturdays, on-site in Beverly
Cybersecurity is an increasingly important concern in both the public and private sector, with a predicted global job shortage of two million cybersecurity professionals by 2019. This post-baccalaureate graduate-level course certificate program focuses on developing professional skills through an understanding of computer network security principles, human behavior, systems, cyber forensics, and the strategies and agencies (federal and state) that are intended to secure the nation from cyberattacks.
This program prepares students to sit for the CompTIA Security+ exam, and covers the exam fee.
- 4-course, 12 credit graduate-level certificate
- Expert faculty with real-world experience from DHS, FBI, and military branches
- Personal advising
- Networking opportunities and job placement support
More than 209,000 jobs are currently available in this field nationwide. One of them can be yours.
Join our next cohort:
March 9, 2019: On Campus in Beverly
Program of Study
At the completion of this certificate, students will be able to:
- Identify cybersecurity threats and understand the laws, policies, strategies, and agencies that are intended to secure and protect the nation from those threats
- Evaluate cyber criminals and malicious software with the use of hands on cyber investigative tools to analyze risks and identify how to better protect networks
- Identify and understand computer components, networking terminology and concepts, and the vulnerabilities and risks of physical and wireless networks to develop and implement cybersecurity incident response and recovery procedures
Required CurriculumHLS 555 - Cybersecurity for the Homeland Security ProfessionalHLS 610 - Cybersecurity AnalystHLS 611 - Information System Hardware and NetworkingHLS 612 - Information System Security
Total Certificate Requirements - 12 credits
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