Cyber-Security Management

Cyber-Security Management

In one year, qualified students are able to obtain three DoD 8570 certifications and complete approximately one third of the course requirements toward their MBA. 


MBA 662A.  Security Management for Information Systems. 3 Hours. This course addresses issues relevant to creating and managing a system security process in organizations. Information security policy, assets, physical and logical information resource security, business continuity, and compliance with relevant security standards are covered. Prerequisite: MBA 660 or equivalent.

MBA 662B.  Managing Telecommunications and Network Systems.  3 Hours.  Introduction to management of computer-based communication networks. Includes underlying concepts, basic hardware components and operating systems, network architectures and protocols, data integrity and security, message routing, and network resource management. Prerequisite: MBA 662A

MBA 662C.  Managing Internet Security. 3 Hours.  This course provides managers with an understanding of both defensive and offensive issues surrounding the security of computer-based information networks. The course includes instruction on theory about information security, psychological operations, hacking, viruses, and network systems management.  Prerequisite: MBA 662B

Gainful Employment

As part of a new federal regulation focusing on Title IV programs, the University of Dayton is providing required information about how our non-degree programs lead to gainful employment in recognized careers. Download gainful employment information for the Cyber Security program.



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