Master of Science in Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is no longer just a computer programmer’s problem, it touches multiple disciplines, careers and nearly all aspects of society – from public policy to energy management to product design. In a time when connected devices could outnumber humans, there is an urgent need for 1.5 million cybersecurity professionals who can solve a multitude of challenges. Now offered in both on-campus and online formats, you can be part of the solution from anywhere in the world.
Cyber Physical Systems
Hone the security of physical and embedded systems with a particular focus on the energy domain
Power System Protection
Cyber-Physical Systems Security
College of Engineering
School of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Georgia Tech offers the largest ECE program in the U.S. with more than 110 faculty, three campuses, 19 research centers and averaging $51-58 million in annual research. ECE is a regular partner to utility and communication providers seeking solutions.
Focus on policy, law and the management of cybersecurity and privacy
Internet & Public Policy
Challenge of Terrorism
Privacy, Technology, Policy & Law
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
School of Public Policy
The School of Public Policy at Georgia Tech ranks #2 in the nation for Information & Technology Management by U.S. News & World Report and hosts the Internet Governance Project, a hub of analysis and educational activity related to global internet governance.
Examine security principles and emerging techniques for software, computer systems and networks
Secure Computer Systems
College of Computing
First in the U.S. to organize a College of Computing, Georgia Tech's graduate computer science program ranks #9 by U.S. News & World Report and #5 in the world by Times Higher Education. It is among the world's most prolific producers of cybersecurity research accepted at international conferences.