Learn to lead and protect through cybersecurity readiness

Master of Business Administration - Cybersecurity Management Concentration (39 credits)

Now more than ever, professionals with expertise in cybersecurity management are highly sought after. That’s due, in part, to the dramatic increase in cyberattacks. In fact, according to Cyber Security Intelligence, corporate cyberattacks rose 50% in 2021 and continue to trend upward.

Until recently, organizations have been on the defensive when it comes to cybersecurity. Training senior leadership in cybersecurity allows companies to develop a strategy to increase cybersecurity - proactively - to avoid the loss of time and money.

Through Davenport’s MBA cybersecurity management concentration, you’ll become a transformational leader with the ability to address all business disciplines: finance, accounting, marketing, management and cybersecurity readiness. Few employees today can say they have an MBA and experience in cybersecurity management. You’ll be on the cutting edge with a degree that employers demand.

What do cybersecurity managers do?

Cybersecurity managers are a critical component of an organization’s cybersecurity readiness. They’re responsible for risk assessment, cybersecurity strategy development and resource planning/allocation to prevent catastrophic cybersecurity attacks.

Explore courses for Davenport’s MBA in cybersecurity management

With the MBA cybersecurity management concentration, you’ll develop skills to tackle legal and ethical challenges, manage risk and defend against cyber threats. Courses in the MBA cybersecurity management concentration will give you a breadth of experience and knowledge, from accounting and marketing to information infrastructure.

Which class should I take? When should I take it?

See our Recommended Program Sequences:

Earn your Davenport MBA in cybersecurity management 100% online through our Global Campus
Dive deep into cybersecurity management through our 39-credit MBA

Why pursue an MBA in cybersecurity management at Davenport?

You’ll receive real-world knowledge in Davenport’s MBA in cybersecurity management program because classes are taught by industry-experienced leaders. Not only will they share their professional experience, but they’ll also provide mentorship and guidance to prepare you for a successful career.

Additionally, Davenport’s MBA cybersecurity management concentration is made affordable through scholarship opportunities, including the Department of Defense Cyber Scholarship Program, which covers the full cost of tuition, books and required fees, plus a stipend for food and housing, if needed.

Experience the Davenport difference:

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Classes on your time

Davenport knows that working adults lead busy lives and admires that you feel called to further your career through the pursuit of a graduate-level degree. That’s why the university’s MBA cybersecurity management concentration offers flexibility through 100% online delivery and six start dates.


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IACBE accreditation

Earn a degree that has specialized accreditation through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education IACBE


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Hands-on MBA course

Apply theories you learn in your MBA in cybersecurity management to hands-on projects and practice-based assignments.


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Open to all

Whether you’re a professional looking to advance your career or someone with no experience in the cybersecurity field, you can pursue a cybersecurity master’s degree at Davenport.


Get started on your MBA in cybersecurity management

Explore the admissions requirements and then take the next step toward earning your MBA in cybersecurity management at Davenport.

Talk to a graduate admissions advisor

Davenport’s admissions team is here to answer your questions. Please call us at 800.686.1600 or email us at info@davenport.edu.

Apply now or request more information

Start on your path to be a leader in cybersecurity management or another rewarding position. Request more information or begin your application now.

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