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You’ll take three courses that hone your specialization in combating cybersecurity threats and prepare you to earn further certifications in CompTIA CySA+ and (ISC)² CISSP.
Build your skills in threat detection, incident response, information assurance, defense mitigation, and risk assessment so you can make sure your career is ready for whatever comes next.
A bachelor’s degree is required for admission to this graduate certificate program.
Start October 23
Courses start every 8 weeks
What Courses Will I Take?
- Apply 100% of your certificate's credits to Excelsior’s MS in Cybersecurity program.
- Boost your earning potential and your skills
- Curriculum developed by cybersecurity professionals for cybersecurity professionals
- Keep your career on the cutting edge— while saving time and money
Real Community. Real Experience.
Laurel is a senior technology executive with over 25 years of experience. She has extensive experience managing network security and has successfully audited and remediated for regulatory and legal compliance, including HIPPA, Sarbanes Oxley, and PCI.
Dr. Stuart McCubbrey
My cybersecurity focus is on strategy, governance and overall program development and operation. My passion is helping others achieve their career goals and with cybersecurity being top of mind for company leaders these days, we need all the skilled practitioners we can develop.
Dr. Michael Sletten
I teach and design cybersecurity curriculum that focuses on current, real-world and in-demand certifications and courses that will help students obtain employment quickly.
Kevin Moore has more than three decades of professional and academic experience in the fields of IT and cybersecurity, most recently as a senior cybersecurity engineer at GM Financial, where he helped lead the management and investigation of cyber breaches as part of the International Incident Response team.
Dustin Van Dame participated in the National Cyber League, the cybersecurity competition that uses defensive and offensive puzzle-based and capture-the-flag style challenges. Van Dame’s team, Excelsior_FTW, achieved 84.11% accuracy, and Van Dame says the competition helped him decide that he was making the right decision for his career.
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