Computer and Systems Security Professional Science Master’s
Earn a Computer and Systems Security Professional Science Master’s degree from Temple University’s College of Engineering to safeguard cyber-physical systems and integrated hardware and software infrastructure that operate networked computers, control and security systems for automated systems, intelligent machines and the Internet of Things.
This master’s program comprises six required courses (18 credits) and four electives (12 credits) that are customizable to your interests, for a total of 30 credits. An internship or senior capstone project provides practical applied experience to the program. Core courses include
- Engineering Principles of Computer Intrusion and Detection,
- Introduction to Cryptography and Information Security,
The degree is designed to be experience-based and develop skills that are immediately applicable to a career. It may be completed in as few as 18 months through either full- or part-time study. All classes are held in the evening and taught by working cybersecurity industry experts. You may also customize your program through electives to tailor your skills to your interests.