Founded in 1876, Johns Hopkins is the nation's first research university. Today, Johns Hopkins offers more than 260 graduate and undergraduate programs online and through a campus in Baltimore, Maryland.
Johns Hopkins' online cybersecurity master's degree requires learners to choose a track in analysis, assured autonomy, networks, or systems, or students may pursue independent study. All tracks include prerequisite and foundational course requirements, including intro to programming using Java, foundations of algorithms, and discrete mathematics.
The independent study track includes two projects and culminates in a capstone requirement. In addition to the requirements listed below, applicants to the MS in cybersecurity must satisfy prerequisites in calculus, advanced math, Java, data structures, and computer organization.
Applying to Johns Hopkins
Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited university and typically demonstrate a minimum 3.0 GPA. Students must apply online and submit all official academic transcripts for consideration.
Program at a Glance
- School Type: Private
- Accreditation: MSCHE
- Tuition: $5,701/course
- Required Credits: 33-39 credits
- Program Length: 2-5 years
- Delivery Format: 100% online (asynchronous, synchronous, or asynchronous and synchronous)