A Guide to Getting a Master's in Cybersecurity 

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About the Guide

Demand for skilled information security professionals is growing, and it is a good time to consider a career in cybersecurity.

Whatever your situation, you will find that there are lots of different programs, and choosing among them can be challenging. This guide will help you to know what to consider when evaluating different programs and gives you some tips for preparing to apply for a master’s program in cybersecurity.

 

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3 Things to Know About Getting Your Master's in Cybersecurity [VIDEO]

 

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 Upcoming IT/Cybersecurity Program Events

Information Technology & Cybersecurity Webinar

Monday, September 24, at 6:30 p.m.

Online

 

This webinar will focus on Marymount University's Information Technology & Cybersecurity programs. You'll hear about curriculum, unique features of the programs, and admissions guidelines from faculty, current students, and staff. Webinars typically last an hour and offer the chance for an interactive Q&A at the end.

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All Graduate Programs Open House

Saturday, November 3, at 10 a.m.

Ballston Center
1000 North Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22201

The All Graduate Programs Open House is our premier in-person event where we welcome prospective graduate students to learn about all of our graduate programs with a resource fair from various campus representatives. 

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