Cybersecurity students working on computers.

Earn a Bachelor’s and a Master’s in Five Years

Add a master's degree in Cybersecurity to your bachelor's with one additional year of coursework in the Accelerated Master’s Program. This designed fast-track degree works for motivated students to better gain employment in this fast growing field.

Our program allows you to count up to 6 approved credits toward both a Master of Science in Cybersecurity with your Bachelor of Science in Computer ScienceComputer Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Computer Network and System Administration.

Cybersecurity Theory and Application

The program combines academic and industry experience across multiple disciplines, with blended learning in theoretical and applied research. Shared resources and centers create a learning environment with strong research opportunities where students can thrive.

Three concentrations are available: Trusted Software Engineering, Critical Infrastructure Protection, and Network Security Management. You will take core courses, concentration required courses and then have freedom to take some elective courses. A blend of practicality, theory and implementation will enrich your learning to better prepare you for your future security career.

  • 20%
    expected increase in demand for cybersecurity professionals in the next four years
  • $175B
    projected growth in the cybersecurity market by 2020
  • Only 1
    Michigan Tech is the only university in the region that offers a cybersecurity graduate program