Build Hands-On Skills
Practice working with the latest hardware and software in Pacific's cutting-edge cybersecurity laboratory
Face-to-Face Classes with Engaging Faculty
Throughout your educational journey at Pacific, you will find a supportive culture that is all about one thing: your success.
Technical, Interdisciplinary Curriculum
Our courses combine knowledge from the fields of computer science, computer engineering and electrical engineering
Complete your degree in as little as one year (full time) or two years (part time)
Learn more about the new hands-on, laboratory-intensive MS in Cybersecurity program as well as the latest threats to personal privacy and security on the Internet.
The webinar and open house presentations will be led by the Program Director, Dr. Jeff Shafer.
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Learn Cutting-Edge Skills
Pacific's Master of Science in Cybersecurity is a hands-on, laboratory-intensive graduate program offered by the School of Engineering and Computer Science. The program is open to students with a Bachelor's degree in any field, and professional work experience can be used to accelerate degree completion. Students complete 30 course units in a 1-year, full-time program or 2-year, part-time program. All courses are taught on the Stockton Campus using a state of the art cybersecurity laboratory. While here, students learn a variety of in-demand skills, including:
Preventing Network Attacks
Reverse Engineering Malware
Secure Software Design
Cryptography Best Practices
Low Level Programming
Wireless and Mobile Networking
Fundamental Security Principles
Cybersecurity Law and Policy
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