Cyber-Security Management Certificate
The University of Dayton's Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program and the Riverside Research are offering students the unique opportunity to take a three-course sequence in cyber security management, resulting in a certificate or MBA concentration. This credential qualifies students to support the government and industry through addressing domain specific requirements and preparing candidates for three highly sought after DoD 8570 Certifications: (ISC)2 Certification & Accreditation Professional (CAP), CompTIA's Network+ and Security+.
In less than one year, qualified students are able to obtain three DoD 8570 certifications and complete approximately one third of the course requirements toward their MBA.
Qualified students may opt to participate in only one or two of the courses, based on availability. Individuals interested in the new cyber security management classes must be eligible for U.S. government security clearance. Qualified students may opt to participate in only one or two of the courses, based on availability. Individuals interested in the new cyber security management classes must be eligible for U.S. government security clearance. Please note that there is a $750 fee for MBA 662B as well as MBA 662C.
Those seeking enrollment should contact UD's MBA Program Acting Director, Mandy Schrank, at 937-229-3733 or MBA@udayton.edu.
Program requirements can be found in the online Catalog. Simply select the area of study and click "Explore".
As part of a new federal regulation focusing on Title IV programs, the University of Dayton is providing required information about how our non-degree programs lead to gainful employment in recognized careers. Download gainful employment information (.pdf) for the cyber-security certificate program.