Become an Expert and Reduce Operational Risk

Learn how to prevent, detect, and effectively respond to cyberattacks with the cybersecurity graduate certificate program.  

  • WPI is a National Security Agency/Department of Homeland Security Designated Center of Excellence.
  • We have core faculty performing current research in a variety of areas.

The Challenging World of Cybersecurity

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Cybersecurity: Hacking Into the Job Market

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Courses

WPI offers a graduate certificate program in cybersecurity that follows the National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework. It will teach participants how to build and maintain systems to protect their organizations, defend information against attack, and work with technical security teams.

CYBERSECURITY GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM FOR COMPUTER SCIENTISTS

  • CS 525S. Computer Network and Security
  • CS 557. Software Security Design and Analysis or CS 509. Design of Software Systems
  • OIE 542. Risk Management and Decision Making
  • CS 525. Special Topics: Intrusion Detection
  • CS 525. Special Topics: Digital Forensics
  • CS 571. Case Studies in Computer Security

COURSE SCHEDULE

FALL TERM

  • CS 525. Intrusion Detection
  • CS 557. Software Security Design and Analysis or CS 509. Design of Software Systems
    (one course to be offered every other year starting Academic Year 2020)
  • OIE 542. Risk Management and Decision Making 

SPRING TERM

  • CS 571. Case Studies in Computer Security 

LATE SPRING TERM

  • CS 525. Computer and Network Security
  • OIE 542. Risk Management and Decision Making 

SUMMER TERM

(May Start)

Course Offerings are subject to change.  If you are interested in enrolling, please contact us for the most up-to-date information.

Webinar: Open House

View our demand webinar to learn more about the program, what online learning looks like, the application process, and more!