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The Cybersecurity Management Graduate Certificate will prepare you to manage and lead cyber-related operations within the public and private sectors. This fully online certificate teaches relevant and cutting-edge curriculum so that you can successfully help an organization prevent, plan, and recover from technological incidents. Upon graduation, you will be ready to lead within the cybersecurity workforce, today and in the future.
Cybersecurity is a dynamic field that requires lifelong learning. This certificate program serves as a continuing professional education (CPE) for many professional certifications.
You may also be interested in UAF’s fully online Master of Security and Disaster Management degree, which offers a concentration in cybersecurity.
Courses (12 Credits)
- Information Assurance and Risk Assessment (HSEM F641)
- Cyber Threats and Vulnerabilities (HSEM F642)
- Perspectives in Address Cybersecurity & Critical Infrastructure (HSEM F643)
Choose one of the following:
- Cybersecurity in the 21st Century: Technology and Ethics (HSEM F415)
- Cybersecurity Management (HSEM F416)
- Cybersecurity Resiliency (HSEM F417)
- Cybercrime, Fraud and Law (HSEM F418)
Refer to the UAF Catalog for the full list of course requirements.
|$282/credit for 400-level courses||$6/credit UA Facilities Fee||$75 Application Fee FREE*|
|$513/credit for 600-level courses||$21/credit UA Network Fee||$50 Graduation Fee|
|$50/credit UAF Consolidated Fee||Costs for course materials will vary.|
|$56/credit School of Management Fee for 400-level courses|
|$103/credit School of Management Fee for 600-level courses|
* Use code UAFSOM when applying to get your application fee waived!
Estimated Cost of Program Based on Current Rates: $7,532
For more about UAF costs, visit our Financial Aid website.
Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. If your bachelor’s degree is in a related field and you earned a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher OR if you have already obtained a graduate degree, you will not have any additional requirements.
- If your bachelor’s degree is not in a security- or cybersecurity-related field and you earned a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA, you will be required to start with one 400-level course, which counts as your elective.
- If your cumulative GPA for your bachelor’s degree was between 3.0 and 2.75, regardless of the field of study, you must complete the Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Exam.
- If your cumulative GPA for your bachelor’s degree was below 2.75, you will be required to submit results from either the GRE or GMAT.
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