Financial aid is available to qualified students. Additionally, a limited number of merit-based partial scholarships may be available. Note that the online M.S. in Cyber Security program is intended for professionals who will continue working while enrolled in the program. In traditional graduate programs, financial aid is awarded in the form of research or teaching assistantships, in which full-time students work part time in support of campus-based faculty. Students in the online program are not eligible for research or teaching assistantships. Full-time students interested in an assistantship are encouraged to apply to the regular online M.S. in Cyber Security program.
Students may be able to request partial or complete reimbursement of tuition costs from their employers, and the university can help facilitate this. Additionally, support under federal loan programs is available for U.S. students. Contact the university’s financial aid office for more information.