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Earn a Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Management through the Harbert College of Business and gain professional skills to evaluate security measures, assess organizational exposure, and develop effective contingency plans within your career.
Join our classes either on-campus or online and take the next step to achieve your career goals.
You must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college. The Graduate School will determine whether non-traditional programs are acceptable. Although, a four-year equivalent collegiate educational program is required. Appropriate work experience is desired but not required.
How to Apply
Start your application on the Graduate School Online Application.
International applicants should submit all required materials at least 90 days before the first day of class of the semester in which the student wishes to begin graduate study. Domestic students should submit all materials at least 45 days before the first class day. However, most academic units make admission decisions several months in advance. Thus, applicants should check with the department to which they seek admission to determine when materials should be submitted. Contact April Hurley at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about deadlines.
For more frequently asked questions about the application process, please visit the Graduate School website.
In order to receive the Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity Management, you must take the following courses:
For course descriptions, please refer to the AU Bulletin.
Each course is worth 3 credit hours and will provide you with knowledge in areas such as computer security and information assurance, risk analysis, and IT auditing.
Tuition for online students is $900 per credit hour regardless of residency. The certificate is a 9 credit hour program. The most up to date tuition for graduate and certificate programs may be found here.
Due to federal guidelines and regulations, Graduate Certificate programs do not qualify for financial aid.
Note: In addition to tuition, on-campus students pay $200 per credit hour in graduate professional fees.
Begin your application today and designate your interest in either the on-campus or online (distance) program by choosing either Certificate/Graduate—Cybersecurity Management for on-campus or Certificate/Graduate—Cybersecurity Management, Distance for online. You may apply to enter the program at the beginning of any semester (Fall, Spring, or Summer).Apply
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