CORE CURRICULUM: The six-course core curriculum is designed to provide you with a deep and broad foundation in critical areas including: Cyber Law, Cyber Power & Global Security, Infrastructure Security and Resilience, Mission Assurance, and Cyber Organizations.
ELECTIVES: MSGSCC students are required to complete five elective courses. A wide range of study options are available and allow students to explore cutting-edge course content such as Organized Cybercrime, Cybercriminology, Transnational Terrorism, Disinformation and Narrative Warfare, among others.
CAREER PATHS/SPECIALTY TRACKS: MSGSCC career pathways are specialty tracks that provide students with the opportunity to concentrate their studies in the areas of Strategy & Planning, Intelligence & Analysis or Global Security & Cybercrime.
CAPSTONE, PRACTICUM OR THESIS: MSGSCC students are required to complete either a graduate thesis, team-based capstone project, or practicum with an industry or government partner. These projects enable students to demonstrate their cyber skills, analytical knowledge, and global security experience.
INTERNSHIPS: MSGSCC students can gain industry experience by completing a 1-3 credit internship that may lead to a permanent job.
This scholarship is awarded to incoming students who possess a record of exceptional academic achievement. In addition to superb academic performance, this might also include individuals who have conducted significant independent research resulting in or likely to result in the publication of findings that make a significant contribution to our understanding of an important issue within the study of global affairs. Scholarships range between $5,000 and $10,000 in total.