Cyber security is a growing concern in every industry that relies on information technology. Taught by experienced faculty, this program combines current business management tools with a cutting-edge cyber security curriculum.
With a Baylor MBA and a Certificate of Cyber Security, you would be qualified for jobs like Cyber Security Consultant, Information Security Analyst, Project Manager, and Network Administrator.
Business analytics is generally explained as the practice of protecting systems, networks and programs from cyber-attacks. There are three key components that must work together to create an effective defense against cyber-attacks:
Explore the foundational aspects of cyber security and how they relate to organizations and businesses and learn how to effectively mitigate information risks. The program dives into the critical topics facing organizations today and will prepare you for a variety of careers in areas such as threat analysis, cyber defense, and network security.
Graduate business students can earn a Graduate Certificate of Cyber Security within their graduate business degree program by completing 2 required courses plus 2 elective courses.
ISEC 5305 Seminar in Information Security Foundations
ISEC 5330 Cyber Security Policy and Planning
Any Two Courses from the Following List:
ISEC 5310 Cyber Security Human Factors
ISEC 5320 Cyber Security Tech Factors
ISEC 5340 Cyber Warfare, Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Countermeasures