Master of Science in Cyber Security
Residential MS in Cyber Security
Advance your career with the cybersecurity skills the industry seeks with your Master of Science in Cyber Security from Liberty University. From digital forensics to ethical hacking, you’ll be immersed in current cybersecurity applications that will help you become a productive team member in any cyber security department.
Here, you’ll learn from professors who are grounded in their Christian faith and who have cybersecurity experience at Fortune 500 companies. Professors also have experience in the military as well as local, state, and federal law enforcement. Gain the leadership characteristics and technical competencies combined with a Christian worldview that will help build your successful career.
As a student, you will have access to the Center of Cyber Excellence, the hub for all cyber-related research, student activities and clubs, and community outreach.
Academics for the Cyber Security Master’s Degree
- 36 total credit hours
Program of Study
Admission Requirements & More
Find M.S. in Cyber Security admissions requirements, transfer information, and accreditation on the Residential Admissions site.
Featured Cyber Security Courses
- Digital Forensics (CSCI 511)
- Ethics, Legal Issues, and Policy (CSCI 561)
- Applied Cryptography (CSCI 605)
- Secure Software Engineering (CSCI 611)
- Security Engineering (CSCI 612)
- Issues in Security, Privacy, and Anonymity (CSCI 620)
- Ethical Hacking (CSCI 632)
Boost Your Career in Cyber Security
Career Options for Graduates with a Cyber Security Master’s Degree
- Computer Forensics Examiner
- Security Analyst
- Security Architect
- Penetration Tester
- Security Auditor