Study Discipline: Computer Science & IT
Study Programme Details
Country: United States
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session, Summer Session, Spring Session
Study Format: Part Time
Mode of Study: Online

Programme Type

Master's degree


16 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a cybersecurity journey with Franklin University’s M.S. in Cybersecurity, designed to equip you with both theory-based knowledge and hands-on, application-oriented security skills. In this cutting-edge program, you will not only gain technical expertise but also the ability to see the big picture, translate technical issues for diverse audiences, and develop solutions that effectively minimize risks.


Whether you’re advancing your cybersecurity career or transitioning into more specialized roles, Franklin’s M.S. in Cybersecurity is your gateway to comprehensive knowledge and skills. Aligned with industry-leading certifications, the program integrates emerging technologies such as cloud, containers, and Blockchain, making you a valuable asset across various industries, including government, insurance, retail, and banking.

By applying your technical and critical thinking skills, you’ll play a pivotal role in helping organizations navigate cybersecurity challenges at operational, tactical, and strategic levels. The program, spanning 16 months, immerses you in foundational courses covering cryptography, advanced network security, ethical hacking, and security governance. Experiential learning is woven into the curriculum, allowing you to simulate real-world security threats and develop practical solutions.

Cybersecurity extends beyond technicalities; it encompasses organizational, legal, ethical, and managerial dimensions. Gain management-level knowledge by delving into strategic aspects like ethics, privacy, and information security policy and governance. Sharpen not only your technical but also your soft skills, becoming a well-rounded cybersecurity professional sought after by employers.

Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from a CHEA-recognized accredited institution with a minimum GPA of 2.75.
  • Conditional enrollment available for applicants with a GPA of at least 2.5.
  • Demonstrate English Language Proficiency through specified criteria.

Program Corequisites:

  • Completion of specific corequisite courses with designated grades.
  • Software and App Security
  • Information Risk Management
  • Cryptography
  • Advanced Network Security
  • Cybercrime, Ethics, and Privacy
  • Ethical Hacking

36 Credit Hours

the fee of course is 670USD per credit hours

Future Career Outcomes

Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared for diverse cybersecurity leadership roles, leveraging your expertise in areas such as threat analysis, risk mitigation, and ethical hacking. The program’s forward-looking approach ensures you are well-positioned to meet the evolving demands of the cybersecurity landscape.

Visa Requirements:

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