|Professionals with experience in the information technology industry who are seeking strategy and leadership skills in cybersecurity management or are currently responsible for business continuity, risk management, or data infrastructure.
|On-campus courses typically meet on Friday evenings and Saturdays at our downtown Washington, D.C. campus. All online courses are asynchronous so that students do not need to meet online at a specific time each week.
|Six courses over one semester. Students have up to two years to complete the program.
|Tuition is $995.00 per course. Total program tuition including all six courses is $5,970.00. Most course materials are included.
|Cybersecurity Strategy courses are open enrollment and offered throughout the year, though some courses may be available in the spring or fall semester only. Students are encouraged to complete the courses in sequence.
To receive the Certificate in Cybersecurity Strategy from Georgetown University, students must successfully complete six (6) required courses for a total of 10.80 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), which is equivalent to 108.0 contact hours. All six courses must be completed within a two-year period.
|Making the Business Case for Cybersecurity
|Threats, Vulnerabilities and Social Engineering
|Technical Countermeasure and Risk Assessment
|Leadership and Strategy in Cybersecurity
|Applied Cybersecurity & Crisis Management
|6 Required Courses
How to Enroll
This certificate is an open enrollment program and no application is required to register. Course registration is complete when payment is processed and you receive a confirmation email.