Cybersecurity (MBA)

MBA Concentration

Information on the Master of Science in Cybersecurity can be found here.

Bridge the gap between the practice and management of cybersecurity strategies.

With an ever-increasing threat to information security, organizations need cybersecurity experts who not only know how to protect data, but who can also bridge the acumen and practice gap between technologists and senior organizational leadership.

The MBA in Cybersecurity will equip students to (1) anticipate and understand the potential impact of cyber-attacks and (2) strategically lead people and design processes to prevent those attacks as senior-level managers.

Program Length
An MBA with a concentration in Cybersecurity is 36-45 credit hours, depending on whether a student has undergraduate coursework in a business-related field. Students typically complete the program in approximately two years. 

Course Format
You can earn this degree 100% online or through a combination of online and in-person classes at the John Brown University Rogers Center.

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Currently, there are roughly half a million cybersecurity-related job openings in the United States with a projected need for 1.8 million additional cybersecurity professionals to fill the workforce gap by 2022.