Admission

Admission Requirements

 

Students entering this program will be expected to have previously obtained a B.S. in Computer Science and Software Engineering or equivalent. As a minimum, the M.S. in Cyber Security Engineering curriculum expects students to have working knowledge in the following:

·         High-level of competency in object-oriented programming languages including: C/C++ and Java

·         Operating systems

·         Software processes and software development lifecycle models (prescriptive and agile)

·         Requirements engineering

·         System modeling (such as using UML)

·         Recommended:  Machine Architecture

Applicants with a bachelors degree in other areas can fulfill these prerequisites through the completion of the Graduate Certificate in Software Design & Development

 

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About 91 percent of all UW Bothell students are from the state of Washington.