Cyber Security Fundamentals Certificate for Naval Officers
The Naval Postgraduate School is offering the Cyber Security Fundamentals certificate (Curriculum 256) to non-resident U.S. Naval officers starting on 2 July 2018. Classes will be taught asynchronously. Each certificate offering will take approximately 9 months to complete with one course per quarter.
The Cyber Security Fundamentals certificate (Curriculum 256) is a graduate-level, non-degree program designed to enable U.S. Naval officers and others to gain a foundational understanding of the basic concepts and methods of computer network defense, vulnerabilities, and exploitations, with the objective of enabling informed choices that will result in better network defense. It consists of three courses:
all of which may be applicable toward a Master's degree in Computer Science (Curriculum 368).
- Baccalaureate degree
- Basic understanding of computers and networking
- Command endorsement
- To apply to the certificate program, send and email to email@example.com for further instruction; officers will be selected on a first-come-first-served basis. DO NOT directly apply to through the admissions department, your application will not be considered.
- The NPS admissions office will send you an acceptance email if you are selected for the program. Approximately one month prior to the start of the course the program manager will be in touch with each student to notify of login credentials and further information.
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