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Ph.D. in Cyber Security Administration

Pioneer in the forefront of cyber security and digital information protection.

The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Cyber Security Administration is crafted for professionals dedicated to combating cybercrime and safeguarding sensitive information. This program offers advanced training in computer science, addressing rapid technological advancements and the increasing importance of cyber security. It aims to meet the demands of industries and firms for improved productivity, enhanced global competitiveness, and robust information technology security.

Additionally, the program serves governmental needs for expert policy analysis, technology planning, and project management in science and technology domains. Students will engage in in-depth studies and research, equipping them with the expertise to address complex challenges in cyber security administration.

  • Evaluate both symmetric and asymmetric encryption systems, assessing their vulnerabilities.
  • Develop and plan hybrid systems for enhanced cyber security.
  • Analyze various cybercrime types and methods of perpetration.
  • Critique current international legal issues in self-defence and cyber-armed conflict.
  • Utilize biometric authentication technologies effectively.
  • Plan and assess the architecture and use of firewalls and intrusion detection systems.

Graduates of the Ph.D. program in Cyber Security Administration are prepared for high-level careers in cyber security, including roles in government agencies, private corporations, and academic research. They are equipped to lead in developing cyber security strategies, policy formulation, and technological innovation, addressing critical challenges in digital information protection and cybercrime prevention.

Program Structure

Explore the detailed program structure, including core subjects and a diverse range of electives.

Total Credits required for Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Cyber Security Administration is 63.

This program has the following course requirements:

Each non-dissertation course is valued as 4 credits.

Students intending to pursue doctoral degrees must take and pass a comprehensive examination after they have completed their non-dissertation courses, because it is a pre-requisite of the dissertation courses. One of the purposes of this examination is to sufficiently assess students’ full knowledge on the dissertation title they wish to research.

Comprehensive examination is valued as 1 credit.

Completion of the following courses in the dissertation course is mandatory for obtaining a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Business Administration. The dissertation itself must be undertaken only after the successful completion of all non-dissertation courses. It is essential to note that not more than one dissertation course can be pursued in a single session.

For detailed Dissertation guidelines, please click here.

Each dissertation course carries a value of 4 credits, with the exception of the “Dissertation Complete” and “Oral Defense” courses, which are valued at 2 credits each.

This program does not offer elective courses; the curriculum is structured without optional selections.
This program does not have any additional requirements; refer to the core courses section for all the courses required.

Tuition and Financial Aid

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Program Brochure

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How to Apply

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Please visit our Admission Requirements page for detailed information on the institution-wide application requirements.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The duration of our graduate programs varies. Master’s programs typically take 1-2 years, while Doctoral programs may take 3-5 years to complete, depending on the field of study, program structure, and whether you’re enrolled full-time or part-time.

Many of our graduate programs offer a degree of customization through elective courses, independent study options, and specialized tracks. This flexibility allows students to tailor their studies to align with specific career objectives and research interests.
Charisma University understands the need for flexibility in graduate studies. We offer various options, including part-time enrollment, evening classes, and online courses, to help students balance their academic pursuits with work or other personal commitments.

Contact Information

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(649) 941-7337
(406) 831-9384

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(649) 941-7337
(406) 831-9384

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1 credit unit = 45 clinical hours
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