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Become a well-qualified expert in the growing field of computer system protection, data recovery, and digital forensics in a Christian program under expert faculty

Gain the expertise necessary for a career in computer science and information systems with a Master's in Cybersecurity.

Every day, individuals are exposed to millions of cybersecurity attacks like malware, phishing, or DDoSing. Earning a Master of Science (M.S.) in Cybersecurity degree allows you to learn how to best protect precious individual and company data. Through Geneva's graduate cybersecurity curriculum, our faculty works to develop your expertise in theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and managerial competencies needed for leadership positions in computer science and information systems. 

Full-time students can earn their Master’s in Cybersecurity in as little as a year and a half.

Become an expert in protecting computer systems with a Master's in Cybersecurity at Geneva

Master of Science in Cybersecurity

Geneva's Christian MS in Cybersecurity is taught from a Christ-centered perspective grounded in the truth of the Holy Bible from which students learn to know God and understand His sovereignty over all areas of life, including computing and systems operation and defense.


M.S. in Cybersecurity Program

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Cybersecurity Course Schedule

Upcoming Start Dates & Recommended Application Deadlines

Term Start Date Recommended Application Deadline
Summer B 2024 July 1, 2024 June 10, 2024
Fall A 2024 August 26, 2024 August 5, 2024
Fall B 2024 October 21, 2024 September 30, 2024
Spring A 2025 January 13, 2025 December 2, 2024
Spring B 2025 March 17, 2025 February 24, 2025


Master's in Cybersecurity Highlights

Enrolling in our Master of Science in Cybersecurity program prepares you to commit to advanced work and management in the areas of computing systems involving protection, investigation, and recovery. To support working professionals, the Master of Science in Cybersecurity follows a hybrid format, meaning courses are taught on campus in Beaver Falls, PA, and online.

Schedule for full-time Cybersecurity Graduate Students

Our cybersecurity program can be completed in only five semesters (four regular semesters and one summer session). A minimum of six credit hours per semester is required to maintain qualification for loans.

Career Possibilities with a Master of Science in Cybersecurity

All businesses use some form of computer systems to carry out their day-to-day functions. This means that companies have to employ individuals with a background in cybersecurity who can prevent data attacks from bringing down their systems.

Ensuring that digital information is secure is a pressing issue in modern society that will continue to grow with time. Earning a Master’s in Cybersecurity means you’re starting your career where the job outlook is one of the fastest growing occupations in the U.S. and is projected to increase by over 35% into 2031.

Through Geneva, a Master of Science in Cybersecurity allows you to secure a position in this growing field. In the high-demand role of cybersecurity, you may find yourself working in one of these diverse fields:

  • Banking
  • Business
  • Consulting firms
  • Education
  • Finance
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Retail

The median annual wage for information security analysts was $103,590 in May 2020. - U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Why Geneva for a Master’s in Cybersecurity?

Taking the leap to enroll in a cybersecurity program can seem difficult, but we’re here to help. As a Christian college, our goal is to incorporate meaningful, ethical perspectives for you to frame your Master’s in Cybersecurity around.

Our cybersecurity master’s degree is a hybrid program, meaning you earn credits both on campus and online, allowing you valuable time to network with your classmates and professors that have experience in the cybersecurity field. Additionally, the Master of Science in Cybersecurity is structured around the working professional, meaning on-campus classes are offered Monday through Thursday starting from 6:00 p.m., allowing you the flexibility and support you need to succeed.

Our cybersecurity program introduces you to vital topics such as:

  • Principles of Cybersecurity
  • Intrusion Detection and Prevention
  • Cyberlaw and Cyberethics
  • Cloud Security
  • Digital Forensics
  • Cryptography
  • Operating Systems: Linux, Windows, and Virtualization
  • Incident Response, Disaster Recovery, and Business Continuity

Interested in pursuing a degree in cybersecurity from Geneva College? Want to talk about degree program requirements, trends in the field or potential career paths? We’re here to help. Just fill out the form on this page to jumpstart the conversation for your master’s in cybersecurity.

Cybersecurity 3+1 Program

With our 3+1 Cybersecurity Program, you can earn your B.S. and M.S. in Cybersecurity in just four years total. This accelerated program gives you an advantage over others entering the job market.

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