Master's Degree Programs: Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Focus: examining issues surrounding the impact of information security on our lives, private citizens’ concern for privacy, security risks to business and government, and the impact of laws and public policy.
Three Georgia Tech schools offer the MS Cybersecurity, each offering a unique specialization:
The School of Computer Science (CS) offers the MS Cybersecurity degree with a technology specialization.
The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) offers the MS Cybersecurity degree with a cyber-physical and energy systems specialization.
The School of Public Policy (PUBP) offers the MS cybersecurity degree with a policy specialization.
Focus: offering a studio-based curriculum that places digital design within technical, cultural, aesthetic, and historical contexts, and providing students with a humanities-based professional education for the digital age.
Focus: providing students with the practical, interdisciplinary skills and theoretical understanding they will need to become leaders in the design, implementation, and evaluation of the computer interfaces of the future.
Focus: examining areas in which either the consequences of scientific and technological activity have significant public policy implications, or technical and scientific information is a significant input to the policy-making process.