NYU School of Professional Studies
M.S. in Global Security, Conflict, and Cyber Crime (MSGSCC)
The Center for Global Affairs graduate degree programs provide a New York City advantage combined with comprehensive global insight. Our cyber program affords an unsurpassed opportunity to gain a broad-based view of global security and cyber conflict. Our deep connections to the United Nations, Department of Homeland Security and New York City Cyber Command provide the critical connections required for a career in cyber policy and leadership to a broad array of internship opportunities.
The 36-credit M.S. in Global Security, Conflict, and Cyber Crime (MSGSCC), offered by the Center for Global Affairs, is a STEM graduate degree that provides a unique perspective and a competitive advantage by focusing on cyber conflict through the lens of the social sciences. The program prepares you to enter the fast-changing world of international security and explores the fields of cyber espionage, cyber criminology, cyber warfare, and intelligence analysis, affording you the opportunity to gain a deep understanding of cyber security policy, while acquiring the skills to develop and execute cyber security and risk management strategies. It provides the benefits, resources, and prestige of earning your degree at NYU, while learning from top thought leaders in the field.
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