Certificate in Cybersecurity, Law and Policy
Certificate Level: Graduate
Admission Requirements: Bachelor's Degree
Certificate Type: Graduate Certificate
Number of Credits to Completion: 9.0
Instructional Delivery: Online
Calendar Type: Quarter
Expected Time to Completion: 3 years
Financial Aid Eligibility: Not aid eligible
Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Code: 11.1003
Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Code: 15-1122
Note: Effective Fall 2016, students are no longer being accepted into this certificate program.
The certificate explores the vulnerabilities that arise from the use of cyberspace. The certificate coursework explores how the United States and the many other nations are responding to those vulnerabilities and how to analyze the policy and legal frameworks that are developing.
Students will examine issues relating to the organization of the Internet and cyberspace to understand how both governmental entities, and private parties, may – and do – respond to cyber threats under the current legal and policy frameworks. Students will be introduced to policy and legal concepts relating to the private sector and civilian government engagement in cyberspace. The program will also include an examination of the application of traditional laws of armed conflict to the new cyber domain.
Credits earned in the Certificate in Cybersecurity, Law & Policy program may not be transferred to the MS in National Security Management.
For more information about this certificate program, please visit the College of Computing & Informatics' website.
|INFO 517||Principles of Cybersecurity||3.0|
|INFO 717||Cyber-Computer Crime Law||3.0|
|INFO 718||Cybersecurity, Law and Policy||3.0|