A certificate for the 21st century.
As advances in information technology have made it easier to collect, store, process, and generate data at a staggering rate, concerns over the security of what is collected and the potential for security breaches and personal violations have also increased substantially.
This certificate meets the demand of organizations and government agencies for employees skilled in information security and privacy. It provides a theoretical foundation and practical understanding of information security and privacy environment of the 21st century. During this program, you will be immersed in the latest thinking and best practices on all aspects of information security and privacy technologies, tools, methodologies, and management. Professionals with a bachelor’s in any undergraduate academic discipline may apply.
Tuition and Fees
For information on tuition and fees, go to UNCG Online website. Be sure to scroll down for information on in-state, out-of-state, and military tuition rates. Please note: online students will not be assessed an orientation fee. However, the Bryan School assess a differential tuition fee for its graduate programs. The differential tuition averages $200 per credit hour.Gainful Employment Required Disclosure Information
Official transcript confirming a bachelor’s degree (master’s degree for the Post-Graduate Certificate) from an accredited college or university
TOEFL scores, taken within last 2 years (for international applicants)
Statement of purpose highlighting career and educational goals
Three letters of recommendation
Completed Graduate School application and $65 application fee
Be sure to submit your application by the following deadlines.
- Fall Admission
- June 15th
May 15th for international students
- Spring Admission
- November 15th
September 15th for international students
- Summer Admission
- April 1st (limited)
February 15th for international students
ISM-665: Principles of Cyber Security (3 credit hours)
ISM-666: Blockchains and Cryptography (3 credit hours)
ISM-667: Global Cyber Threat Analysis (3 credit hours)
You may choose from the following or other approved courses.
ISM-645: Principles of Predictive Analytics (3 credit hours)
ISM-646: Visualizing Data to Design Strategy (3 credit hours)
ISM-647: Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence (3 credit hours)
ISM-670: IT Disruptive Innovation Management (3 credit hours)
ISM-671: Organizing Data for Analytics (3 credit hours)
ISM-672: App Design and Programming (3 credit hours)
ISM-673: Designing Secure Computer and IoT Networks for Business (3 credit hours)
ISM-677: Information Systems Management (3 credit hours)
ISM-678: Project Management for Dynamic Environments (3 credit hours)
SCM-650: Principles of Supply Chain Management (3 credit hours)
SCM-651: Analytics for Logistics and Distribution Management (3 credit hours)
SCM-652: Strategic Cost, Procurement, and Supply Chain Finance (3 credit hours)