With a boom in the Internet revolutions, the world we live in is shrinking. Hence, we have the power to acquire information from any part of the world in lightening speed. But, along with the power comes the danger of becoming vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Everyday there are hundreds of cyber crimes being reported across the nation, but only a few possess the expertise to tackle and solve the crimes of the cyber world. To bridge this knowledge gap, many universities have started programs on Cyber security and crimes.
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Clark University's College of Professional and Continuing Education (COPACE), based in Worcester, Mass. is entering into the domain of cyber studies with its graduate programs in cyber security.
The university, established in 1887, announced Tuesday the launch of three graduate programs which 'offer timely options for students, career professionals, and organizations,' according to the press release issued by the university.
- Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) with Cyber Security Concentration
- Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security
- Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Cyber Security
"This program has been designed to initiate and support social change through education that builds valuable regional assets to benefit our communities with expanding national and international footprints," said Eben Berry, the lead for the Cyber Security Graduate Programs, as well as the President of Cyber InspectorsTM LLC.
The programs are said to be built around curricula that present the latest approaches in countering cyber threats. According to the University, each class offers insight into the realities of the threats faced by information security professionals and others.
The programs are ideal for students who want to find work in the growing field of cyber security, as well as for organizations that wish to send professionals and executives for additional training and mentoring in cyber security matters.
For more information on COPACE and its Cyber Security Graduate Programs, visit http://www.cybersecurityprograms.org/