TCP's Certificate in Cybersecurity is available to professionals through nondegree options and current CU graduate students seeking to gain cybersecurity fundamentals and hands-on experience with current tools, methods, and technologies. This certificate is available online or on-campus.
The following 4 courses (12 credits) are required to earn the Cybersecurity Certificate:
This list is subject to change as TCP expands its course offerings in cybersecurity and as special topics courses become official CYBR courses.
Online Cybersecurity Courses
All TCP courses required for our Cybersecurity Certificate are available on-campus or will be available online through the Extraordinary program beginning Fall 2020, making the entire certificate available online. The following two courses are available online for the Spring 2020 semester.
Cost per Course
How to Start
- Apply at the Google Form link to the top right and begin discussing this process with the TCP's Advisor.
- Current CU students can enroll in these courses via normal course registration processes.
- Online students must first enroll as a nondegree student through Continuing Education. Enrollment and student services are provided by Continuing Education. Their capable staff can help you navigate the CU system and develop a plan to meet your career goals with available academic and financial aid advisors.
- Once your enrollment is complete, nondegree students can then register for Extraordinary courses via the CU portal system (instructions provided following enrollment). Please ensure you register for the correct course number (online Continuing Education courses end in "570").