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Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity

Which Program is Right for Me?

Whether you're creating the next step in your career or seeking further development in your current role, our programs will meet your personal and professional needs. Check out our program comparison table below to help you choose the right cybersecurity program for you.
 

 

Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity from Georgia Tech

On-Campus Master of Science in Cybersecurity from Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech Cyber and Network Security Boot Camp

Who is it for?

Leaders, researchers, and analysts in the cybersecurity industry who have a broad base of knowledge and want breadth and depth in a particular discipline, but prefer the flexibility of learning on their own schedule.

Leaders, researchers, and analysts in the cybersecurity industry who have a broad base of knowledge and want breadth and depth in a particular discipline, but prefer face-to-face instruction.

Entry-level professionals who aspire to get their foot in the door and gain a competitive edge with hands-on training to advance skill set.

What is the format?

Online

On campus at Georgia Tech in Atlanta (daytime)

On campus at Georgia Tech Atlanta (evenings and weekends)

Which credential do I earn upon completing the program?
Georgia Tech Master of Science in Cybersecurity

Georgia Tech Master of Science in Cybersecurity

Georgia Tech Certificate in Cyber and Network Security
How much does tuition cost?

$9,920 + fees

~$18,400 + fees (in-state)

~ $38,112 + fees (out-of-state)

$10,000

What will I learn?
This interdisciplinary degree exposes you to a diversified core curriculum with an in-depth concentration in one of three tracks:
 
Information Security: cryptography, network security, secure computer systems, security operations, and incident response.
 
Energy Systems: security of cyber-physical and embedded systems in the energy domain.
 
Policy: internet and public policy, the challenges of terrorism, privacy, and the law.
This interdisciplinary degree exposes you to a diversified core curriculum with an in-depth concentration in one of three tracks:
 
Information Security: cryptography, network security, secure computer systems, security operations, and incident response.
 
Energy Systems: security of cyber-physical and embedded systems in the energy domain.
 
Policy: internet and public policy, the challenges of terrorism, privacy, and the law.
The boot camp takes a multidisciplinary approach to help you attain proficiency in IT, networking, and modern information security.
 
You'll be exposed to a host of popular tools such as Wireshark, Kali Linux, Metasploit, Nessus, and more. In addition, you'll learn skills applicable to  certifications such as the CompTIA Security+ and CompTIA Network+.
How long does it take?
2-3 years (10 courses)
1-3 years (10 courses)
24 weeks
Are there admission requirements?

Yes. Applicants must meet Georgia Tech admission criteria for graduate programs plus specific program requirements.

Yes. Applicants must meet Georgia Tech admission criteria for graduate programs plus specific program requirements.

Applicants must meet Georgia Tech admission criteria, plus specific program requirements.

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