Protect the digital world! Marymount’s Cybersecurity program prepares individuals for high-level positions in the technology and management of cybersecurity. The program also will help you meet the knowledge requirements for current professional certification requirements.
Marymount's cybersecurity and information technology programs (graduate and undergraduate) are coordinated through The Cyber Center in the Ballston Center, fourth floor.
Marymount is located near numerous federal agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Defense, National Security Agency, and National Science Foundation. Enriching the program are faculty who are engaged in current federal government initiatives, and guest speakers who are practitioners in the field. Graduates from the program work for federal agencies such as the NSA and CIA, as well as private companies such as Booz Allen and Amazon.
About the Program
This 36-credit program is offered online, with face-to-face courses available for those who prefer face-to-face learning. It includes:
- Online multimedia presentations
- Hands-on tools, simulations, and labs
- Practical assignments and inquiry-based learning
Two tracks allow the student to specialize in some of the newest areas in the cybersecurity field:
The program’s final course is most often completed in residency in order to take advantage of the cybersecurity resources of the Washington, DC, area. You will gain hands-on practice with equipment and tools, interacting with cybersecurity experts in government.
Marymount University is a recipient of the National Science Foundation grant for the CyberCorps Scholarship for Service (SFS) program and offers 3 or 4 of these prestigious scholarships each year to highly qualified students interested in a cybersecurity position in the government.
The Cyber Center
Link to the Cyber Center for details of the cybersecurity programs and events at Marymount University.