10,000 cybersecurity positions remain unfilled in Colorado while a total of 4 million jobs globally are expected to be in demand. Cybersecurity professionals can expect 3X the national average starting salary. Our other areas of study also offer high-paying and rewarding careers. For this reason, the Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy (TCP) Program (formerly the Interdisciplinary Telecom Program)is developing future leaders today for the technology of tomorrow.
Expand your career by mastering not only the latest technologies associated with the Internet, but also the business skills and policy knowledge essential to achieving success in the companies driving today’s rapidly changing high-tech world. Within the TCP Program, you can develop expertise in leading-edge specialties by gaining hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art labs working with world-class faculty, researchers, and policy makers. In addition to our interdisciplinary technical focus, students will gain necessary conceptual and problem-solving skills to create well-rounded leaders in technology.
Areas of Study include:
- Cloud Computing
- National Security
- Network Engineering
- Wireless Engineering
- Master of Science (MS) in TCP
- Bachelor-Accelerated Master (BAM) Programs
- Applied Mathematics
- Computer Science
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Dual MS in TCP and Juris Doctorate (JD)
- Dual MS in TCP and Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Online and distance-based degrees available. Students pursuing network engineering-focused degrees may be required to attend in-person lab-intensive courses.
The TCP Program does not require GRE scores, but GRE scores are recommended for those with below a 3.0 GPA in their undergraduate studies.