Online Masters in Computer and Information Systems Security, Cybersecurity No GRE - Updated 2020
Cyber Security, Professional Track Online Hybrid Format, M.S.
The Master of Science in cyber security professional track is designed for working professionals seeking to gain skills and expertise necessary to thrive in this growing field.
Graduates of the program master the theory, concepts, and techniques of information assurance and network defense in real-world environments.
An acceptable score on the Graduate Record Exam
Admission to the Master of Science in cyber security professional track at The University of Tulsa requires a satisfactory score on the Graduate Record Exam obtained within the five years preceding initial enrollment.
The requirement is automatically waived for all applicants that have already completed a master, doctoral, or law degree at an approved university.
The petition only applies to the Master of Science in cyber security professional track program.
If the waiver petition is denied, the applicant must take the GRE prior to enrolling.
Whether the GRE waiver is granted or not, the applicant may still be required to complete one or more leveling courses prior to enrolling in courses.
Students can complete the program taking only 100% online courses.
The immersive week is preceded by 4-5 weeks of online instruction, with another 4-5 weeks of online instruction following the immersive week, typically focused on projects that were begun during time on campus.
A master’s thesis or master’s report may be completed, but are not required.
If a student wishes to pursue a master’s thesis, up to six of the remaining elective hours may be CS 7981-6.
If a student wants to complete a master’s report and not a thesis, up to three of the remaining elective hours may be CS 7911-3.