The MSc Cyber Security Management Online is designed to equip business professionals with a deep understanding of the core aspects of cyber security in our current, rapidly-evolving, technological landscape. The course has been developed with a practical approach focusing on how theoretical concepts are applied in real-world industry situations. With a strong focus on employability, students completing this course will learn key cyber security strategies and concepts alongside the skills and understanding required to become strong and effective managers in a data-rich environment.
Structured with a significant emphasis on meeting professional and business development needs, this programme enables professionals and graduates to develop as managers and leaders. Students graduating from this course will be well prepared to take their career to a senior level in the fields of data management and cyber security. The course is available to study both online and face to face, and full-time (1 year) or part-time (2 years).
94% of postgraduate students in employment were in Highly Skilled Occupations 15 months after graduating (2018/19 Graduate Outcomes data). Contains HESA Data © HESA 2021 (www.hesa.ac.uk)
ULaw Business School’s career-focused courses have been designed to help students gain the commercial skills and understanding that employers are looking for. We’re so confident that you’ll succeed with one of our Business Master’s courses that we offer you our Employment Promise. If you don’t get a job in the first 9 months after graduating, we’ll give you your course fees back – 50% as cashback and 50% as credit towards another course.*
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New from September 2022 – this course will have an optional Placement Year to gain significant skills to enhance your employability.
2:2 or above from a UK Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent qualifications.
International requirements – an English language level equivalent to IELTS 6.5 or above with a minimum of 5.5 in each component.
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