A. Please visit the program overview for detailed information on admission requirements.
A. Yes. You can apply to the Cybersecurity program if your background is not in computer science. An advisor will review your background and if you are eligible, you can be admitted conditionally. Conditionally admitted students will need to take a few computer science prerequisite courses.
A. Please visit the curriculum page for a list of program requirements.
A. To complete the cybersecurity program, you will need to finish 30 credits (10 courses). If you attend as a full-time student and take 3 courses per semester, you will complete the program within 2 years. If you attend as a part-time student and take 1 or 2 courses per semester, you will complete the program within the time it takes to complete all 10 courses.
As stipulated in the university catalog, master students have 5 years to complete their degree requirements. Please visit the School of Engineering Bulletin for more details.
A. You can select elective courses that may be outside of the computer science department. However, you should talk with your advisor before enrolling in them to make sure you are on track to complete your required courses.
A. Full-time: you have to take 9 credits (3 courses) per semester to qualify as a full-time student. Part-time: you can take 1 or 2 courses per semester to qualify as a part-time student.
A. No. Credit for certification courses in CISSP, CISA, CISM, CCNA, SCSA, SCNA are not transferable to this program.
A. As long as you have satisfied the requirements for certificates you will get them. All students are expected to get 4011 and 4016. Some may get 4013.
A. In order to transfer your credits, you will need to speak with the department advisor and obtain approval.
A. Sorry, but we do not allow substitutions from other programs.
A. Yes. The MS in Cybersecurity program is available online. For more details, please contact the NYU-ePoly department at email@example.com or call 718-260-3623.
A. This is a new program and the majority of the courses required to complete the program are available online. Those that aren't yet available online will be made available by the end of Fall 2012.
A. Please contact the program director, Professor Nasir Memon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or, contact our NYU-ePoly team: