At the University of Maryland, we prepare engineering professionals to be leaders in essential cyber-related positions in government and the private sector. The A. James Clark School of Engineering offers Master of Engineering and Graduate Certificate in Engineering degrees designed for working engineers, by working engineers, who are looking to advance their careers or transition into a new field of industry. Our cybersecurity curriculum is designed to offer a cutting-edge education that merges engineering applications with computer science principles.
The University of Maryland and the A. James Clark School of Engineering are leaders in distance education and have earned a global reputation for offering high-quality academic programs. You can take classes online, on campus, or at a remote location throughout Maryland. Courses are taught by experts in the field of cybersecurity, and focus on the most current practices of the field. Also, through direct access to the Maryland Cybersecurity Center (MC2), students will be able to engage with collaborative activities and seminars from world renowned experts.