Master of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering

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Prepare to become a cybersecurity professional in a graduate program that combines advanced studies in computer science techniques with cutting-edge cybersecurity technologies and practices.

  • 46-49 credit curriculum
  • Part- or full-time enrollment
  • Evening classes designed for working professionals
  • Research opportunities with faculty

Graduates of our program are prepared for the modern security workforce; ready to protect and defend cyber systems with hands-on experience in ethical penetration testing, wireless security, network security, cryptography, risk management and security of emerging technologies. Students will expand what they learn in the program in a culminating experience: project, thesis, coursework, or internship.

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Scholarship available for autumn 2024

Apply to the University of Washington Bothell Cybersecurity Engineering master’s program by the autumn 2024 deadline to be automatically considered for an available scholarship that covers 15 credits of tuition for the first three quarters.

Nationally recognized & designated

The University of Washington is designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity Research and Education by the National Security Agency (NSA).

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In this video, hear from our faculty and alumni about the cybersecurity engineering field, our curriculum and faculty research and how the master’s program can shape your future career.

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