The Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security focuses on the fundamentals of cyber security, security policies, penetration testing, enterprise IT management, networking, and cloud computing. Courses in this program emphasize how to improve information security within organizations. This program allows students to quickly increase their technical capabilities in the cyber security field with hands-on applied projects, expert instruction, and advanced training environments.
The certificate can be completed as a part of the WSU MBA Program in the Goddard School of Business and Economics or as a stand-alone certificate. The courses will be offered in a hybrid delivery format with eight weeks of face-to-face interaction enhanced by online discussions and learning activities.
MBA Program Director: Dr. Shaun Hansen, 425-231-9770
MBA Enrollment Director: Andrew Wright, 801-395-3528
MBA Department Administrative Specialist: Ruth Preece 801-395-3519
Location: Davis Campus - 2750 University Park Blvd., Layton
- Program Prerequisite: Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution or be in the final stage of completing the undergraduate degree. Completion of a course in college algebra or equivalent is required to enroll in MBA courses. Basic computer competency is also required.
- Grade Requirements: Students must complete all MBA program courses with a grade of “C” or higher. In addition, the overall program GPA must be 3.0 or higher.
- Credit Hours Requirements: Fifteen credit hours of MBA courses.
- Program Code: 4052GC
- CIPC: 111003