Cyber Security Minor | Technological Leadership Institute
Gain the Skills to Prevent, Protect & Respond to Cybersecurity Demands
The protection of the information and systems businesses and individuals rely on is a unique and growing challenge. The Cyber Security minor integrates the fields of technology, security and management to empower engineers, technology or business professionals with the knowledge to adapt and lead in this emerging field.
Develop In-Depth Understanding
The Cyber Security minor provides graduate students with the skills to assume a leadership role in cyber security or continue their field of study with a focus on cyber security. Each course gives students an opportunity to practice communications, teamwork and project management skills as applied in the context of cyber security.
- 8 Credits for Master's Minor
- 12 Credits for Doctoral Minor
- 6 Required Course Credits
Two courses are required for the minor. The courses may also be taken by students who do not plan to complete a full minor. Course details can be found in the menu below:
Students have several elective courses to select from to complete the minor. The TLI elective courses are included in the menu below:
Be a Leader in Cyber Security
The career opportunities for cybersecurity leaders, experts and engineers are growing:
- Cybersecurity positions represented approximately 10 percent of all technology-related positions opened during 2015.
- More than 20 new disciplines have been created, ranging from specialized technical engineers to new cyber risk management positions.
- Many of these roles did not exist even three or four years ago, and there is a need for more trained professionals to step into these roles.
To pursue the Cyber Security graduate minor students must be enrolled in a University of Minnesota master’s degree program. Some courses are open to non-degree seeking students. Contact our admissions team at email@example.com for more information.