Are you interested in learning more about the field of network security before entering the Interdisiplinary Telecom master's degree program? The Network Security Certificate is a set of courses that will help you gain expertise in security topics ranging from technical to legal procedures. Up to nine ITP master's credits earned while pursuing a certificate are transferable for students admitted to the MS program.
Is the Network Security Certificate right for you?
- Learn in detail how networks work and how users behave on the network
- Gain expertise on how to protect networks—a process that includes behavioral, economic and policy understanding
- Become fluent in security topics ranging from technical theory to legal procedures
- Take coursework that is certified to meet all CNSS training standards for INFOSEC Professionals (NSTISSI No. 4011) and System Administrators (CNSSI No. 4013 Entry Level)
- Develop critical competencies in 12 to 18 months
- Courses delivered both on campus and online
- Graduate credit earned can apply toward a MS in Telecommunications
- Interaction with an industry-diverse and global student body
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Required Courses (6 Credits)
Electives (6 Credits)
Nondegree Application Requirements
Applicants must have an undergraduate degree from an accredited university.
Please send the following items to email@example.com:
Certificate Application Form
Undergraduate transcript (unofficial copy is acceptable)
Explanation of relevant educational and/or professional background and reasons for interest in the Interdisciplinary Telecom Program (in 2 pages or less)
University of Colorado Boulder
Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program
Boulder, CO 80309-0530