30 total credits required
The University of New Haven’s online M.S. in Cyber Risk Management features a curriculum grounded in practical application and cross-functional skill development. Students learn from a faculty of experienced practitioners who bring real-world expertise to the classroom.
Our online cyber risk courses include relevant cyber risk case studies and topics like leadership, network security, risk management, cybersecurity operations, and more. Courses are seven weeks in duration. The program consists of 30 credit hours and 10 courses combining management coursework with technical training.
Because the University of New Haven’s cyber risk courses are delivered in a flexible format, you can earn your degree at your own pace. Graduates are prepared for success in industry-recognized certifications such as CISM, CIPP, CISSP, Digital Forensic Investigation, and cryptocurrency.
In today’s environment it is crucial for organizations to manage and secure its and third-party information assets. This course examines the following: information asset governance, including selected standards boards frameworks and models, as well as applicable laws and regulations; practices for identifying and classifying information assets; and techniques for protecting virtual information assets, including a non-technical overview of practical applications of cryptographic theory and code-breaking, including quantum computing, and the legal implications and liabilities for failing to do so.
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