The Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity offered through the College of Business and Information Technology provides students with comprehensive knowledge of cybersecurity.

This 15 credit certificate can be completed 100% online. Courses are also offered on campus.


Students may work toward the Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity independently or pursue it as part of any of the college’s master’s degree programs (Master of Business Administration or Master of Science in Information Technology) by applying to both programs simultaneously. To successfully complete this program, students must take 15 credit hours of the courses listed below (excluding foundation course INT 6043) and achieve a GPA of 3.0 or better.

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Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity  PDF 

15 credit-hour program consists of:

Foundation Course:

Course Number Subject Main Campus Rotation Online Rotation Cr. Hrs.
INT 6043 Management Information Systems 3

Core Courses:

Course Number Subject Main Campus Rotation Online Rotation Cr. Hrs.
INT 6143 Enterprise Networking Infrastructure 3
INT 7223 Cybersecurity 3
INT 7233 Advanced Network Security 3
INT 7243 Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity 3
INT 7263 Threats, Vulnerabilities, Security Controls and Countermeasures 3

Consult with your advisor to determine the best way to coordinate this certificate with the requirements of your degree program.