MBA - Cybersecurity

General

Program Description

The 30-credit hour online MBA - Cyber Policy is a strategically-focused graduate program, designed for relevance in today’s business world. You will benefit from advanced skills in your chosen area of concentration, outcome-focused training, leadership assignment with a real-world organization, and market strategy simulation tools for authentic business outcomes, all at a very affordable price.

The ACBSP Accredited online MBA also offers a blended learning option where students may choose to complete their core courses 100% online or in a combination of online and on-campus. There is no mandatory in-person requirement regardless of format.

The online MBA offers several specializations including Cyber Policy, Cybersecurity, Finance/Accounting, Health Care Management, Insurance and Risk Management, and a General option that allows students to build their own specialization.


MBA - Cybersecurity:
provides managers an advanced understanding of the history and evolution of cyber intelligence, as well as the impact cybersecurity networks, protocols, and associated systems, have on institutions, privacy, business, and government applications. Students gain key foundational skills in cybersecurity analysis, and cybercrime investigation and response.

Last updated October 2018

About the School

Utica College, founded in 1946, is a comprehensive private institution located in upstate central New York. The College offers regionally accredited online certificates, bachelors, masters, and docto ... Read More

Utica College, founded in 1946, is a comprehensive private institution located in upstate central New York. The College offers regionally accredited online certificates, bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees in healthcare, cybersecurity, financial crime, nursing, physical therapy, business, criminal justice, and data science. All courses are taught by credentialed, highly experienced faculty with significant and ongoing accomplishments in their respective fields. Read less