UW Bothell Alert

Operations are suspended at UW Bothell and Cascadia effective 7 p.m. for the remainder of Thursday evening. Classes and evening activities are cancelled and the library is closed.

Details

Admission

As a minimum, admission to the M.S. in Cyber Security Engineering requires students to have

  • A bachelor’s degree in computer science or other closely related field with a 3.0 minimum gpa in the last two years of study
  • Alternatively, a bachelor’s degree in another field with a 3.0 minimum gpa in the last two years of study AND completion of the Graduate Certificate in Software Design and Development
  • Command and competency in the following subjects
    • 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)
    • Analysis and Design

For specifics on submitting your application, please visit Applying for Admission.

Applicants must meet the minimum admission requirements for the Graduate School at the University of Washington, as detailed in the following website: Understanding the Application Process.

Start your application now at the UW Graduate School Website.

For answers to admission questions please contact our Admission Advisor Briget Peters at stemgrad@uw.edu.