The Executive Master of Science in Cyber-Engineering training executive-level professionals to develop security solutions within the engineering process, helping in the creation of relevant IT devices, applications and tools.
This graduate degree program in cyber-engineering is comprised of 31 required credit hours with courses delivered in an 8-week bi-term format. All but one course is three semester credit-hours. Each course is aligned with the program’s goals. An outline of the Program of Studies for the Master of Science in Cyber-Engineering is provided below:
Cyber-Engineering Courses – 31 Credit Hours Required
- MSCE 530 Principles of Cyber-Engineering
- MSCE 531 Cyber-Engineering and the Network
- MSCE 532 Digital Forensics and Cyber-Engineering
- MSCE 533 Computer Interaction and Usability Engineering
- MSCE 534 Principles of Cybersecurity
- MSCE 535 Cyber-Engineering Access Control
- MSCE 630 Network System Engineering
- MSCE 631 Robotics System Engineering
- MSCE 632 Artificial Intelligence
- MSCE 690 Cyber-Engineering Project
- MSCE 699 Capstone (1 credit hour) or INTR 599 Applied Learning Practicum (1 hour)
For a full list of course offerings or more program specific information, visit our Academic Catalog page.