The College of Arts and Sciences offers students a traditional liberal education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.

Master of Cybersystems and Information Security


The program include courses like: 
-Network Security & Reliability-Quantitative Metrics 
-Secure Software Systems 
-Computer Systems Modeling & Simulation

Upon graduation, a student in this program will be able to perform the following tasks:
-Identify and respond to information security challenges in distributed and embedded systems. 
-Evaluate and recommend technological tools and protocols to protect against risks. 
-Integrate the use of encryption technology in non-secure and non-private computers and systems. 
-Design and conduct research in the area of cybersystems and information security. 

AUM is here to help you develop that skill to a professional level.  If you are ready to expand your capabilities and increase your earning potential, apply to AUM Graduate Studies M.S. in Cybersystems and Information Security.  To learn more, contact us today.

Approximate program length: Two years
No admission to the program in Summer semester.

Plan of Study

Related careers/job titles: Homeland security, government and state agencies, private business, armed forces, information technology.

For more information, contact Luis Cueva-Parra at 334-244-3321 or email