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TCP Graduate Career Outlook
Average Initial Salary
Employed Full-Time within 6 Months of Graduation
Received Median Signing Bonus of $8,750
Above information based upon 2013-2018 data from the CU Boulder Career Services Graduate Survey.
Top Organizations Employing TCP Graduates
Did You Know...
unfilled cybersecurity positions by 2021.
in annual costs due to cyber crimes by 2021.
devices are connected to the Internet.
zettabytes of data expected by 2025.
Top of Masters in Internet Security Programs and Best for Network Security
of all data generated since 2016.
CU Boulder ranked No. 17 among Public Graduate Engineering Programs
U.S. News and World Report
The Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy (TCP) Program at the University of Colorado Boulder is developing the future leaders who will combat 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 through the installment of entrepreneurship in every student. Navigate through this site to learn more about our MS, BS/MS, Cyber Minor, and professional development opportunities in cybersecurity, network engineering, wireless, and policy.