Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity
As networking technology continues to rapidly advance, so do new and sophisticated threats and attacks to the nation's information infrastructure. The Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity from the University of Louisville will prepare you to respond to these challenges, training you to monitor and identify cyber criminals. The graduate certificate in Cybersecurity is designed for advanced computer professionals who wish to strengthen their knowledge and skills in the fast-changing field of cybersecurity, as well as students majoring in disciplines other than Computer Engineering and Computer Science who want to gain knowledge and skills in cybersecurity.
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National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education
The University of Louisville is an NSA/DHS National CAE-CDE in Cyber Defense Designated Institution providing specialized education in the field.
The Cybersecurity graduate certificate program consists of 12 hours: two required courses from Computer Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) department and two elective courses selected from a list of relevant elective courses in CECS department. This graduate certificate program is part of a larger project -- the University of Louisville Cyber Security Initiative.
The Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department also offers a Master of Science in Computer Science 100% online, for professionals who need a graduate degree to advance their career or to gain more comprehensive knowledge and skills.
Learn from the best!
The faculty at the University of Louisville are leaders in the field of Data Science, Data Warehousing, and Data Analysis. Their expertise spans the use of text, web, numerical, and image data bases. They have worked in application areas such as medical, e-commerce, security, military, institutional, and financial research.
Our faculty have authored textbooks, chapters, and professional publications and received research awards from National Science Foundation (NSF), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and United States Department of Defense (DoD).