You’re a tech-savvy problem solver and an analytical thinker. And in today’s increasingly interconnected world, where more and more products and organizations are computer-centric, you’re eager to help reduce, prevent, and contain future cybersecurity threats.
An M.S. in Cybersecurity Engineering from Embry-Riddle teaches you how to design for the future, proactively thinking about cybersecurity issues.
The degree can prepare you for a career in the field or enhance the skill set of engineers and managers currently in the workforce. Depending on whether you seek a research-oriented path or want to go into the workplace, you can select from a thesis or non-thesis option.
Master of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering
Our Daytona Beach Campus is home to the Cybersecurity Engineering Laboratory (CybEL), where you’ll use state-of-the-art hardware and software to participate in cybersecurity attack and defense exercises. Here, students can also get involved with research from Embedded Systems Security to Aviation and Aerospace Digital Forensics.
The campus also features an Engineering Student Project Center, Manufacturing Laboratory, and Software Development Laboratory, where you can get more hands-on experience.
The M.S. in Cybersecurity Engineering program at ERAU is a cutting-edge degree in a dynamic, growing field. And there’s an accelerated degree option if you happen to be a B.S. in Engineering student looking to earn two degrees simultaneously.
The Department of Electrical, Computer, Software, and Systems Engineering’s (ECSSE) Industry Advisory Board ensures that curriculum and research activities are aligned with what’s going on in the cyberspace engineering industry. So you can be assured that you’ll emerge with the skills needed to tackle the most advanced cybersecurity issues.
Program faculty come from diverse technical backgrounds and offer students plenty of one-on-one attention. Throughout your course work you’ll get to take advantage of hands-on projects and work together in teams that mirror real-world scenarios.
As an ERAU student, you’ll not only be connected to a network of fellow students and faculty, who are industry professionals, but you’ll have the option to get involved with campus activities and organizations. These include the Engineering Design Club, ERAU Mobile Application Development Club, and Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Cybersecurity engineering careers are on the rise in both public and private sectors worldwide. Careers span the financial and healthcare industries, military, government, and corporations ranging in everything from cybersecurity systems to policy and operations.
Cybersecurity Engineering graduates are in-demand candidates for careers in the following professions and with the following industry leaders: