Cyberspace is a vast, complex and still evolving community that presents enterprise, industry and governments with ongoing security management challenges, as it grows on an exponential scale.
The security of data is fundamental to any business, and IT professionals are increasingly aware of the complexities involved in protecting information, assets, knowledge and intellect. As cyberspace stores more and more information, specialists in security who are ahead of the game will become a critical element in reducing risk.
Bournemouth University’s MSc in Cyber Security & Human Factors has been developed in response to the needs of the computing and security sectors of the UK and EU. Graduates from this course will be equipped with technical know-how to protect and prevent, and the ability to assess risk and manage incidents.
Normally, the minimum qualification for entry to this programme is a second class degree.
On successful completion of each unit you will be awarded 20 academic credits (M level - Masters/Postgraduate level). These are new modules being developed specifically for students on this course. Details will be available here shortly.
Research Methods & Professional Issues
Individual Masters Project (60 credits)
Choice of 1 optional Unit
Security Event & Incident Management
Security by Design
Enterprise Digital Forensics
Research is fundamental to the development and delivery of Higher Education. At BU we recognise this, and place research at the core of our activities. You can find out more about our Research Themes online.
Such is our commitment to research that we have over 200 students studying for a research degree at BU. They are all members of the Graduate School and are undertaking projects that will make a real difference in tomorrow’s world.
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