Over the past few years, there have been tremendous increase in the number of cyber-attacks in Kenya and all over the world. A recent study by Strathmore University showed that there is a great shortage of IT Security professionals in Kenya. The country has rapidly grown its technological foot print and most companies are finding themselves playing catch-up with matters related to securing their IT assets.
It is against this background that Strathmore University, in Collaboration with key players in IT Security industry, has developed the Master of Science in Information System Security (MSc. ISS) course. The course is offered online and is a two year program designed specifically to prepare for the challenging task of identifying and producing solutions to threats that endanger information system resources.
The course focuses on both technical and managerial aspects of the subject and students are trained by experts in the IT Security field.
The MSc. ISS program is ideally suited for experienced information security professionals, network administrators and young graduate students who want to assume leadership positions in the information security arena. The programme focuses on hands-on experience on various aspects of information security. The programme will prepare a graduate for positions such as: Participants Profile
The following are eligible for admission into the Master of Science in Information Systems Security programme:
In addition to meeting the above criteria, it will be an added an advantage if students have:
The MSc. ISS is conducted by internationally recognised experts and faculty who will employ the use of leading edge technologies such as video conferencing and state of art labs in the delivery of course content. The course is delivered on part-time basis.
What to Expect
The students will be able to:
Why Take the Course at Strathmore University
The Masters comprises of 7 modules with each module costing Ksh. 200,000.
Registration Fee: Ksh. 2500(once).
How to Apply
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