Tuscon's University of Arizona (UofA) is a Hispanic-serving institution that enrolls more than 36,000 undergraduates and over 10,000 graduate students. Nine out of 10 UofA enrollees receive financial aid.
Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity
University of Arizona's Eller College of Management and College of Engineering offers an online MS in cybersecurity for working professionals. Designated as a Center for Excellence in Cyber Defense, the hands-on program teaches students to assess and respond to data breaches and security risks.
The curriculum features eight-week and 16-week courses in information security in public and private sectors, data mining for business intelligence, and business data communications and networking. Students can choose from tracks in information systems or physical systems. The program also allows each cybersecurity major to pursue a certificate in enterprise security while earning an MS degree.
Applying to UofA
Each applicant needs a bachelor's degree from an institutionally accredited university with a 3.0 minimum GPA. The program requires at least three years of technical professional experience, a bachelor's in management information systems or a related field in the last year, or a relevant industry certification.
Program at a Glance
- School Type: Public
- Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission (HLC)
- Tuition: $1,332/credit
- Required Credits: 33
- Program Length: 10 months
- Delivery Format: 100% online (asynchronous)