JOHNS HOPKINS GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN SECURITY
Master the science of securing data through one of Johns Hopkins’ security graduate degrees. Hopkins offers a full-time, on-site program, as well as a part-time, or online program. Both programs are taught by data technology experts who provide students the unique problem-solving skillset that will evolve with the ever-changing cybersecurity landscape.
Full-time: Master of Science in Security Informatics
This immersive and rigorous degree program is offered by the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute. Students are able to earn their degree in as little as 3 semesters, while gaining access to a laboratory of shared servers and PC workstations, several customizable machines for student projects, and multiple high-speed laser printers. In this intensive graduate program, students have the flexibility to choose a track relevant to their interests while supporting information security efforts across Hopkins. The program allows students to select one of two tracks: Policy & Management or Technology & Research.
Online or Part-time: Master of Science in Cybersecurity
Made for working professionals, the Master of Science in Cybersecurity can be taken part-time in the evening or earned completely online. Take advantage of a world-renowned graduate education offered by the world’s first research university without relocating. Students will learn from industry leaders, while being able to continue their professional employment.
WHY JOHNS HOPKINS ENGINEERING?
- Learn from accomplished instructors current on the latest techniques and cutting-edge technology.
- Distinguish yourself with quantifiable advanced skills in a highly competitive field.
- Complete your coursework where it’s most convenient for you: online or on-site at one of Johns Hopkins' state-of-the-art facilities in Maryland
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