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The Ph.D. in Cybersecurity Management program has two curriculum pathways. With the M.S. pathway, earn a Ph.D. degree with a minimum of 51 credits. With the B.S. pathway, earn a Ph.D. degree with a minimum of 66 credits. Courses, research, and dissertation registrations are listed below. 

In both pathways, each student will be required to complete at least three doctoral research courses of, ISEC 885. These courses will be taken at the end of the student’s coursework. These directed study courses will enable the student, with the support of a faculty advisor, to identify a viable research topic and conduct preliminary research that will lead to formal candidacy for the student.

ISEC 885: Doctoral Research in Cybersecurity Management (4 credits each)

Students must complete 24 credits of dissertation registrations, three registrations of ISEC 901. Students who do not complete the dissertation within 24 credits will register for ISEC 920 Continuing Dissertation until the dissertation is complete.

ISEC 901 Doctoral Dissertation (8 credits)

ISEC 920 Continuing Dissertation (4 credits)

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