Master of Science in Information Security
This degree is offered by the College of Computing. This interdisciplinary program is a cooperative effort of College of Computing and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. The Master of Science in Information Security program provides students with background and insights into general and technical coverage of key elments of Information Security. The general knowledge touching on the issues surrounding the impact of information security holds on our lives, private citizen's concern for privacy, information security risks to business and government, and the impact of laws and public policy. Technically, examining the general dimension of providing security for information processing systems--secure operating systems and applications, network security, cryptography, security protocols, etc.
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Distance Learning Master of Science in Information Security Program
Working professionals and others who may not be able to attend the full-time program offered at our Georgia Tech Atlanta campus may now apply for the Master of Science in Information Security distance learning program, which begins fall 2010. Students enrolled will be able to access the same course content and hands on projects of their on-campus Atlanta counterparts.
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Ph.D. in Computer Science, Emphasis in Information Security
An emphasis in Information Security has been developed for the PhD program in Computer Science. The doctoral program in the College of Computing prepares exceptionally qualified individuals to be well-rounded professionals in the broad discipline of Computing. The degree of Doctor of Philosophy is granted for performance of original research resulting in significant contributions to the discipline's body of knowledge.
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