You're already equipped with the technical skills to work in the industry—now take those skills to the next level and be a leader in it.
Managing cybersecurity is more than threat analysis and vulnerability assessment. It takes an interdisciplinary approach to get it right.
Prepare to meet the demand for cybersecurity leaders in business, government and the military through an innovative, interdisciplinary program that brings together business, psychology and criminal justice. Build your leadership skills, learn to evaluate and mitigate risk, develop key skills in accounting and analytics, create policy and explore cybersecurity strategy.
Accepting Students for Spring and Fall 2020
The Cybersecurity Management program is accepting students for the fall 2019 and spring 2020 semesters.
30-33 credits in five competency areas:
- Business Fundamentals
- Decision-making and Analytics
- Ethics and Law
- Information Security Management
- Leadership and Human Behavior
Courses are held on-campus and online. See the program requirements.
Fall: Aug. 15; Spring: Jan. 1; Summer: May 1 See the admission requirements
- NOTE: The GMAT and GRE tests are not required for admission consideration. Work experience is highly considered as well as previous academic success.
This program is charged at the graduate business tuition rate. Tuition is $809 per credit for in-state and regional residents, and $1,117 per credit for out-of-state residents. Additional fees will be applied. Learn more about tuition and fees.
The Merrick School of Business has several program offerings for graduate students.
Master's Degree Programs
M.S in Nonprofit Management and Social Entrepreneurship (offered jointly with UB's College of Public Affairs)
M.S. in Taxation (offered jointly with UB's School of Law)
Graduate Certificate Programs
The following post-baccalaureate certificates are linked to the MBA program.
The following post-baccalaureate certificates are linked to the M.S. in Accounting and Business Advisory Services program.
Master's Advantage (a post-graduate, non-degree program)