ISTM/Cybersecurity MS/MS

The Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics has offered the MS in Information Systems & Technology Management degree since Fall 2002. The Department of Electrical & Computing Engineering in the College of Engineering has offered the MS in Cybersecurity since Fall 2014. The MS in IS&TM prepares students for careers in information systems; including, business and software systems analysis, data mining, and the management of information technology in business. The MS in Cybersecurity prepares students for careers in secure software and systems; including, the design of secure software and business information systems and security analytics. The purpose of this dual degree proposal is to leverage the synergies between these two programs.

The MS in IS&TM program emphasizes the latest theories and skills for analyzing business information systems, working with modem databases, large data sets, and computer networks, managing both large and small information systems projects, and for developing information systems solutions to business problems. The MS in Cybersecurity program emphasizes the latest theories and skills to address the most challenging cybersecurity issues facing the world today. The graduates of this program will be ideally positioned to address the inter-related challenges of well-designed and secure information systems faced by all businesses and governments in our modem world. The program will be jointly administered by the Department of Accounting & MIS in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and the Department of Electrical & Computing Engineering in the College of Engineering.

Dual degree in ISTM/Cybersecurity with concentrations in Secure Software, Secure Systems, Security Analytics

Program Concentrations:

  • Secure Software
  • Secure Systems
  • Security Analytics

UD Tuition:

The University of Delaware published graduate student tuition base rate for graduate credit in 2019-20 is $1827.00 per credit hour. UD Deans may offer scholarships to students in specific programs that may reduce the per credit costs.

 

Application Deadline:

FALL:
August-01 To be considered for departmental funding


SPRING:
December-01 To be considered for departmental funding



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