Gain an in-demand degree in a rapidly growing field. The cybersecurity master’s program at Stevens is designed specifically to train students for careers protecting our complex information infrastructures in government and industry.

The cybersecurity master’s program is designed for security professionals who seek an in-depth understanding of the technical knowledge related to information security as well as an appreciation of the organizational, social, managerial and legal aspects of security and privacy.

Cybersecurity is a high-growth field currently experiencing a demand far greater than the supply of trained professionals available. The White House has reported that in the coming years as many as 30,000 new cybersecurity professionals are needed by the United States government alone.

The Stevens Advantage

Stevens is one of the few universities in the country offering a cybersecurity masters program designed and developed in conjunction with the U.S. National Security Agency and our location near Manhattan gives our students ample opportunities to work with fortune 500 companies in cybersecurity.

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Cybersecurity Research

Supporting the Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Research designation by the NSA is the Center for the Advancement of Secure Systems and Information Assurance (CASSIA), which fosters multidisciplinary collaboration and acts as a catalyst for research, education and entrepreneurship in information assurance and cybersecurity.

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Stevens is a Premier Research Institution

The NSA designation has established Stevens as a major research center in cybersecurity, it and attracts significant funding for research initiatives, capacity-building and instructional program development.

Learn more about cybersecurity research at Stevens