Cyber Security Engineering for Real-World Application
This on-campus Master of Science in Cyber Security Engineering (MS-CSE) program is offered through USD’s Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering. The MS-CSE program emphasizes ethics, applied and theoretical technical knowledge and skills, cross-domain learning, and a mission-centric focus that are critical skills for cyber practitioners (public or private) who protect the prosperity and safety of the community and nation. The program is academically rigorous, focusing on the engineering aspects of software and hardware security.
Students in the MS in Cyber Security Engineering will benefit from a program that draws upon an integrated approach to cyber security education that has been iteratively designed with industry, military, intelligence community, and government stakeholders who can specifically describe the types of knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to the mitigation of modern threats. Furthermore, the curriculum is designed by instructors with years with applied experience protecting national assets from the worst types of cyber threats. The curriculum is dynamic, timely, and mission-focused.
This Degree is Ideal for:
The Master of Science in Cyber Security Engineering program is designed for professionals and bachelor-prepared students who desire to affect positive change in engineering solutions to mitigate cyber security threats. It is designed for those coming from traditional educational paths, military, intelligence community, industry, government, law, eCommerce, private, public safety agencies, and technology industries.
*Tuition amounts shown here, or in other university publications or web pages, represent tuition and fees as currently approved. However, University of San Diego reserves the right to increase or modify tuition and fees without prior notice and to make such modifications applicable to students enrolled at USD at that time as well as to incoming students. In addition, all tuition amounts and fees are subject to change at any time for correction of errors.
**Some applicants may be required to take CYBR 505, Computational Roots of Cyber Security, as a prerequisite.