Increasingly, we are learning how cyber threats are posing serious challenges to businesses, organizations, and governments. On all fronts, the need for cybersecurity professionals far outpaces the supply. In particular, the area of cybersecurity is at the forefront in this domain.
Bay Path's MS in Cybersecurity degree educates students on all leadership characteristics of cybersecurity systems and personnel while preparing them with a strong foundational understanding of security management, vulnerabilities, exploitations, crisis management, risk, digital forensics and cybercrime prevention.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 33 percent employment growth for information security analysts between 2020 and 2030, with a median 2020 salary of $103,290.
Our MS in Cybersecurity Degree Program:
Our online Cybersecurity master's program offers an innovative curriculum dedicated to risk management, emerging cyber threats, IT governance and audit, information assurance management, digital forensics, cyber warfare, and crisis management
Gives students essential lifelong learning skills including the confidence and attitude to make appropriate safeguarding and infrastructure decisions
Is a member of CyberWatch, a consortium of higher education institutions, businesses, and government agencies whose mission is to improve the quantity and quality of the information assurance (IA) workforce
Cybersecurity Students Steal the Show (By Protecting Your Data!) Students Magen Pyers, Lauren Mendoza, and Julia Miller took the stage at the 7th annual Cybersecurity Summit talk to the audience about the MassCyberCenter at MassTech Collaborative Program, which pairs undergraduate and graduate-level Bay Path students with small to medium-sized Western Massachusetts based businesses for low-cost cybersecurity assessments. Read the full story here.