2017-2018 Graduate Academic Catalogue 
    
    Sep 21, 2021  
2017-2018 Graduate Academic Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Cyber Security Certificate


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Office: Timonium Campus, Suite 8
Telephone: 410‑617‑5067
Website: www.loyola.edu/sellinger

Assistant Dean: Susan Hasler
Academic Director: Gloria Phillips-Wren, Chair, Department of Information Systems, Law, and Operations

(Note: This program is closed to new students.)

The Cyber Security Certificate Program is designed as a part-time program for working adults that is normally completed over a 12-month period. It is intended for those with a minimum of a bachelor's degree who are seeking skills in cyber security and information assurance.

The program equips graduates with both the theoretical and hands-on experience required to be proficient in information assurance within a cyber security environment. The curriculum builds knowledge and enhances skills through exposure to the multiple technologies utilized in cyber security, while developing leadership and enterprise-wide strategic thinking in security policy development and procedures. Learning outcomes include the ability to implement security protocols for local, national and multinational organizations; the ability to identify the underlying theories and strategies for securing computer networks and the ability to develop and articulate strategic plans that secure data and networks from internal and external threats.

For information about the estimated costs, related standard occupations, and normal completion time for this program, visit www.loyola.edu/department/consumer-information.

 

Program of Study


The certificate is a five course (15 credit) sequence. Normally, the first two courses begin in the spring term, followed by one course in the summer, and the final two in the fall of each calendar year.

Summer Semester


  • GB 751 - Strategic Security Planning

Fall Semester


Notes:


For specific policy information on non-Loyola coursework considered for advanced standing or transfer, as well as Loyola coursework eligible for application from one Loyola business program to another, see Transfer Credit under Academic Regulations and Policies .

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