George Mason UniversitySchool of Business

Providing information security management solutions to enhance leadership success

Our MS in Management of Secure Information Systems program prepares cyber security and technology professionals to further their leadership careers within the cyber security, information security, and information systems arena of an organization. The program focuses on the technical aspects as well as the interrelationships of management and policy of secure information systems in a global and networked technology marketplace.

Our cyber security courses cultivates the development of real-world skills that translate into strategic leadership and decision-making expertise. You will expand your knowledge of business fundamentals and gain critical tools for securely managing information systems in any organization.

This is a cross-disciplinary cyber security management program. Our cyber security courses are offered in partnership by the the School of Business, Volgenau School of Engineering, and Schar School of Policy and Government. This program (and its cyber security classes) is different than the MS in Information Systems and the MS in Information Security and Assurance programs delivered solely by the Volgenau School of Engineering.

Program at a Glance

  • January start date
  • Completed in 16 months
  • Saturday cyber security classes, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Arlington campus
  • Cross-disciplinary program drawing on the expertise of faculty within the schools of business, public policy, and engineering
  • Leading-edge, integrated curriculum led by engaged, expert faculty
  • Cohort of up to 35 professionals
  • Capstone project
  • One-week global residency
  • Total of 36 credit hours

Click here to view a sample schedule.

For a full list of faculty in the MS in Management of Secure Information Systems click here.