An industry in high demand solidifies your future
Organizations across a broad range of industries in both the private and public sectors recognize the importance of Cyber Security and how it seriously impacts their mission.
The University of Tulsa Master of Science (M.S.) in Cyber Security program is designed for working professionals seeking to gain the skills and expertise necessary to advance and thrive in this growing field.
Designed with the working professional in mind, this program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the foundational concepts of cyber security. Students interact with classmates and live professors active in the field of cyber security.
1 of 14
1 of the first 14 institutions designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance & Cyber Defense Education
IA & Cyber Ops
Recognized by the federal government as a CAE in IA Research & Cyber Operations
Since 2000, The University of Tulsa has been at the forefront of Cyber Security research & education
Highway to Success
Graduates have gone on to leading roles in the private & public sectors, as well as academia
Ranked No. 23 Nationally
The University of Tulsa is now ranked No. 23 nationally by U.S. News & World Report for cyber security academics
M.S. in Cyber Security
As an online M.S. in Cyber Security graduate, you will master the theory, concepts and techniques of information assurance and network defense in real-world environments.
The technical and professional skills developed earning your M.S. in Cyber Security are highly sought after by federal government agencies, national laboratories, law enforcement and intelligence communities, and the private sector.
To meet the demands of full-time professionals, you can complete your degree in cybersecurity in as little as 20 months, or as many as four years. You may complete the program at whatever pace is more comfortable for you.
The industry estimates that over one million cyber security jobs worldwide remain unfilled with more than 200,000 of those in the United States.*
*(ISC)² Cyber Security Workforce Study, 2018
- September 30, 2021
- Priority Complete Deadline
- October 21, 2021
- Final Submit Deadline
- November 10, 2021
- Final Complete Deadline
- December 3, 2021
- Extended Deadline
- January 10, 2022
- Spring Classes Begin
Who Is This Program For?
The University of Tulsa’s online M.S. in Cyber Security is designed for working professionals who are looking to take the next step in their career.
This program serves students with backgrounds in computer science who are interested in expanding their skills and knowledge to succeed as technical and managerial leaders in cyber security.
We’re not gonna tell you how to do something … You’re gonna figure out why you need to set it up that way. And based on when you understand why, then you can figure out how to do it and apply that knowledge regardless of where you’re at.
Cyber Security Mgr., Helmerich & Payne, Inc.; TU Alumnus
Career Opportunities with an M.S. in Cyber Security
Graduates from The University of Tulsa’s M.S. in Cyber Security program have gone on to successful positions within highly reputable organizations, such as:
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
An online M.S. in Cyber Security degree can provide opportunities to both enhance your career and increase your salary.
EXPLORE POTENTIAL CYBER JOBS
Information Security Manager
Information Security Engineer
Security Engineer, Information Systems
Information Security Officer
Cyber Security Engineer
Network security Engineer
Cyber Security Analyst
Information Security Analyst
*Average salary estimates according to Payscale.com Spring 2020.
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