The Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy Program combines courses in business, computer science, cybersecurity, management and leadership, networking, and policy with hands-on, team-based learning that encourages innovative research, inquiry, and exploration.

Master of Science in Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy

The MS in Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy is TCP's flagship program - a two-year degree that allows students to immerse themselves in topics such as networking, policy & law, cybersecurity, and entrepreneurship & economics. Following the completion of this program, students will be well-positioned to lead future technological innovations in the corporate, government, and academic sectors.

Students may choose one of two options: a coursework-only option where the student completes a two-sequence research and capstone project course, or a thesis option where the student researches, writes and defends a master’s thesis. This curriculum is designed for students to gain a comprehensive background in TCP while specializing in topics that align with the students' interests. TCP students learn traditional networking and programming skills by spending hundreds of hours in state-of-the-art laboratories mastering the operation of complex commercial technologies.

TCP has partnerships with several other programs and departments to offer dual degrees - the MS in TCP can strategically accelerate the career of any Master of Business Administration (MBA) or Juris Doctoral (JD) candidate at CU Boulder.

Bachelor-Accelerated Master (BAM) Programs

TCP offers BAM degrees in Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy degree. Undergraduate students at CU Boulder can take TCP courses and add a fifth year to earn an accelerated MS in TCP on top of their BS degree, depending on their undergraduate major. We are actively seeking programs to collaborate with to expand our Bachelor-Master programs.

TCP is actively increasing the opportunities we provide to current and prospective CU Boulder students, foreign nationals, military service members, professionals, and veterans. Through on-site and/or distance-learning options, anyone can easily access one course to gain new expertise and knowledge or an entire degree to begin a career in booming and lucrative fields.

*Degrees available 100% online with the exception of lab-intensive network engineering courses that require in-person instruction and resources.

The following courses will be offered during the Fall 2019 semester. Many are offered online and are available to anyone anywhere, not just TCP students or graduate students. Search for "CYBR" at classes.colorado.edu for more information.

  • CYBR 3300/5300  Introduction to Cybersecurity
  • CYBR 5010  Fundamentals of Data Communication
  • CYBR 5013  Fundamentals of System Administration
  • CYBR 5170  IP Routing Protocols and Policies
  • CYBR 5250  Technology Law and Policy Clinic (also LAWS 7809)
  • CYBR 4400/5400  Principles of Internet Policy
  • CYBR 5410  Telecommunications Law and Policy (also LAWS 7241)
  • CYBR 5480  Future of Video: Technology, Policy and Economics
  • CYBR 5505  Leading Oneself
  • CYBR 5600  Seminar in Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy
  • CYBR 5700  Graduate Projects I
  • CYBR 5830-001  Cybersecurity Auditing
  • CYBR 5830-003  Venture Capital and Private Equity (also LAWS 7271)
  • CYBR 5830-004  Wireless Systems
  • CYBR 5830-007  Intro to Blockchain
  • CYBR 5830-008  Immersive Cyber Defense
  • CYBR 5830-009  The Business of Fintech
  • CYBR 5830-010  Implications of Cyberspace
  • CYBR 5830-012  Penetration and Security Testing
  • CYBR 5830-013  Intro to Digital Forensics
  • CYBR 5830-013  Software Reverse Engineering
  • CYBR 6140 Voice Over IP: Voice Network Design and Implementation
  • CYBR 6150  Software-Defined Networking
  • CYBR 6160  Datacenter Networks
  • CYBR 6210  Wireless and Cellular Systems
  • CYBR 6950  Master's Thesis

The following courses are being offered during the Summer 2019 sessions. Many are offered online and are available to anyone anywhere, not just TCP students or graduate students. Search for "TLEN" or "COEN" courses at classes.colorado.edu for more information.

  • COEN 4830  Intro to Cybersecurity
  • TLEN 5230  Spectrum Management and Policy
  • TLEN 5830  Intro to Cybersecurity

The following courses were offered during the Spring 2019 semester. 

  • COEN 5830-800  Designing for Defense
  • CSCI 3403-100  Introduction to Cybersecurity
  • TLEN 5050  Leading Oneself
  • TLEN 5130  Telecommunications Business Strategy (Lecture or Online)
  • TLEN 5210  Principles of Telecommunications Policy
  • TLEN 5260  Law and Economics of the Information Age (Seminar)
  • TLEN 5310  Telecommunications Systems (Lecture or Online)
  • TLEN 5370  IP Routing Protocols
  • TLEN 5410  Network Management and Operations
  • TLEN 5460  Corporate Internet Networking (Lecture w/ Lab)
  • TLEN 5520  Wireless Local Area Networks
  • TLEN 5560  Wireless Systems
  • TLEN 5585  Service Provider Networks (Lecture w/ Lab)
  • TLEN 5600  Telecommunications Seminar (Seminar or Online)
  • TLEN 5700  Capstone
  • TLEN 5830-001  Advanced Wireless (Lecture w/ Lab)
  • TLEN 5830-002  Mathematics of Cryptosystems
  • TLEN 5830-003  Cybersecurity Policy
  • TLEN 5830-004  Cybersecurity Auditing (Lecture or Online)
  • TLEN 5830-005  Implementing Cybersecurity Change
  • TLEN 5830-006  Introduction to Blockchain
  • TLEN 5830-008  Immersive Cyber Defense (Lecture or Online)
  • TLEN 5830-009  The Business of Fintech (Lecture or Online)
  • TLEN 5830-010  Penetration and Security Testing (Online)
  • TLEN 5830-011  Technology Ventures (Independent Study)
  • TLEN 5830-012  Introduction to Digital Forensics
  • TLEN 5842  Linux Systems Administration (Lecture or Online)
  • TLEN 6100  Advanced Next-Generation Networks
  • TLEN 8990  Doctoral Dissertation