Davenport University's Information Assurance degree is expected to continue its emergence as one of the hottest growth careers in IT. This highly specialized, fast-paced, constantly changing course of graduate study will challenge, excite and educate you with the latest trends and knowledge base to be part of tomorrow's technology security, today.
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Assurance, as defined by the National Security Agency (NSA).
What You'll Do
- Learn to address the management of risk to organizational and individual information assets
- Understand the importance of building secure systems
- Find new methods to protect the confidentiality, accessibility and integrity of information assets
- Develop the ability to investigate, identify and intercept security breaches
What You'll Spend
Tuition investment is $2,055 per in-seat course or $2,085 online.
You may qualify for financial aid and up to $2,000 annually in graduate scholarships based on undergraduate GPA.
What You Need to Get In
The Information Assurance MS is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in:
- Information technology
- Software engineering
- Computer science
- Information security
- Computer engineering
Please note: You must meet additional admission standards for entry into this program. Applicants from outside these fields may be admitted on a contingent basis, and degrees will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis.
MSIA Admission Criteria Also Include:
A strong record of academic achievement, as indicated by official transcripts and/or one or more of these certifications: Security+, CISSP, GSE, CCSP, SSCP, CIW or RSA as outlined in the Graduate Course Catalog on pages 31-32.