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The Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy Program (TCP) at the University of Colorado Boulder is developing the future leaders who will combat and find solutions for the latest cyber threats, engineer and grow the infrastructure behind cloud computing and networks, influence policies from privacy to the expansion of broadband, and create the next generation of technological innovations.
Become a Future Leader in Technology
TCP Graduate Career Outlook
within 6 Months
2013-2018 data from the CU Boulder Career Services Graduate Survey
Top Employers of TCP Grads
Cyber operations and network communication systems are rapidly-growing and high-demand fields.
4,800,000 unfilled cybersecurity positions by 2021.
$6,000,000,000,000 in annual costs due to cyber crimes by 2021.
27,000,000,000 devices are connected to the Internet.
Best of Masters in Internet and Network Security
175 zettabytes of data expected by 2025.
Best of Masters in Cybersecurity Programs
CU Boulder ranked No. 17 among Public Graduate Engineering Programs
2019 U.S. News and World Report
Learn more about our graduate and undergradaute degrees, certificates, professional development opportunities, and research in cybersecurity, network & wireless engineering, policy, and so much more.
Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy Program
Building and Securing the Internet since 1971.
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