The Master of Science degree in Cybersecurity from Virginia College provides an in-depth study in information technology infrastructure security including cyber-law, cyber-terrorism, forensics, hardening the operating system, viral activity, and compliancy issues. This program will prepare you for security management of LAN, WLAN, and WAN environments, including national informational infrastructure.
The online master’s degree program in cybersecurity includes simulations and live lab projects to examine overall security administration and computer forensics of network security. As a student in the online cybersecurity program, you’ll also receive a strong foundation in cryptography, forensics, intrusion detection, and firewall devices.
The Virginia College online Cybersecrutiy Master of Science program prepares you to:
Understand and apply basic cyber law;
Manage computer security;
Successfully secure a LAN/WAN environment;
Apply security measures to perimeter network devices;
Gather forensic evidence to help aid in the prosecution of cyber crime;
Understand compliance issues.
All programs not available in the following states: Arkansas, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico
Accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools.
Students must have an accredited Bachelors degree.
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Financial Aid for Virginia College's online programs is available for those who qualify. There are many types of financial aid including: Scholarships, Pell grants and student loans.