Center for Global Affairs
MS in Global Security, Conflict, and Cybercrime Online Information Session (Veterans)

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As Veterans, you understand the crucial need to thwart cyber adversaries, make quick decisions in dynamic situations, and help defend our country. You are also well-positioned to transition into the growing and critical field of cyber. The Masters in Global Security, Conflict, and Cybercrime (MSGSCC) is a program designed for individuals who may not have a technical background, but are ready to continue the fight. Come learn more about this new and innovative program designed to educate you on cyber as a domain of conflict so that you can lead, develop plans and policies to counter aggressive state and non-state actors targeting our Nation's economy, government and citizens.  

The MSGSCC is a 36-credit program, which includes three components: a core curriculum of six courses; five elective courses; and either a graduate thesis, capstone project, or a cyber practicum. The program is structured to meet the needs of working professionals and full-time students. Typically, students would be able complete the degree within one-and-a-half years of full-time study, or within two to five years of part-time study.

 

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DATE MAY 26, 2020
TIME 7PM EST
LOCATION Virtual
AUDIENCE Open to the Public
Contact cga.cybercrime@nyu.edu
DATE MAY 26, 2020
TIME 7PM EST
LOCATION Virtual
AUDIENCE Open to the Public
Contact cga.cybercrime@nyu.edu

REGISTER HERE

As Veterans, you understand the crucial need to thwart cyber adversaries, make quick decisions in dynamic situations, and help defend our country. You are also well-positioned to transition into the growing and critical field of cyber. The Masters in Global Security, Conflict, and Cybercrime (MSGSCC) is a program designed for individuals who may not have a technical background, but are ready to continue the fight. Come learn more about this new and innovative program designed to educate you on cyber as a domain of conflict so that you can lead, develop plans and policies to counter aggressive state and non-state actors targeting our Nation's economy, government and citizens.  

The MSGSCC is a 36-credit program, which includes three components: a core curriculum of six courses; five elective courses; and either a graduate thesis, capstone project, or a cyber practicum. The program is structured to meet the needs of working professionals and full-time students. Typically, students would be able complete the degree within one-and-a-half years of full-time study, or within two to five years of part-time study.

 

REGISTER HERE