"They come out of here [UW Bothell] prepared. They understand the business aspects. They understand the security requirements. They're prepared to take jobs in policy or the technical fields." - Lynne Clark, Director of the National Security Agency's National Information Assurance Education and Training Program
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Interested in the MS in Cyber Security Engineering degree?
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The Master of Science in Cyber Security Engineering at UW Bothell prepares students to protect today’s and tomorrow’s cyber systems with the necessary technical and leadership skills.
Supported by a collaborative and personal learning environment, students gain expertise and confidence in making difficult security trade-offs and carrying out essential changes to keep and maintain secure systems. Students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with faculty in a myriad of research areas such as penetration testing, emerging technologies, vulnerability analysis, network security, human-computer interaction, wireless security, and cryptography.
The MSCSE degree is designed to meet the needs of working professionals. Enrollment is either part-time or full-time, with courses meeting in the evening two or three times a week. Most students complete the program in just over two years.
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Deadlines for Autumn 2017
April 1, 2017 (International)
May 1, 2017 (Domestic)
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Join us for an in-depth overview of the program. Our Graduate Advisor will answer your questions about the program, admission, and career opportunities.
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Office: Founders Hall (UW1)-360
School of STEM Office of Research and Graduate Studies
18115 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011