Data is growing exponentially in our tech-powered world. Businesses, governments and nonprofits are vulnerable to cyberthreats. They need you to protect their digital assets.
Our universal reliance on an array of information channels makes the task of securing them a worldwide priority. Our information assurance concentration will provide the foundation you need for a career in digital information security, working with experts to identify and reduce risks.
By completing the information assurance concentration, you will also earn an advanced graduate certificate.
UB graduate students are eligible to receive an award up to $34,000 through the CyberCorps: Scholarships for Service program funded by the National Science Foundation.
The Information Assurance concentration requires five courses total (15 credits), MGS 650, MGS 651, MGS 610 and two electives from the courses listed under the electives tab. Once complete, students must complete The Graduate School approval form to receive the certificate.
*For the UB Advanced Graduate Certificate Program in Information Assurance, refer to this link: https://cse.buffalo.edu/caeiae/advanced_certificate_program.htm
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