All students in the Master of International Affairs degree program are required to complete at least two concentrations as part of their degree requirements. The Cyber Policy concentration consists of three courses chosen from those listed below, providing that one of the three is a required core course:
- INTA 689 Introduction to Cyber for the Non-Technical (Sowell) – CORE COURSE
- INTA 689 Data Science for Policy Analysis (Sowell)
- INTA 699 Cyberspace Implications for National Security (McLaughlin)
- INTA 689 Internet Infrastructure: Platforms and Politics (Sowell)
- INTA 689 Advanced Cyber Policy (Sowell)
- CSCE 402 Law & Policy Cybersecurity (Dewitte)
- ISTM 635 Business Information Security (Sen)
- ISTM 645 IT Security Controls (Whitten)
- ISTM 655 Security Management & Compliance (Whitten)
Capstone courses (INTA 670) related to cyber policy and cybersecurity will also be offered. Both General McLaughlin and Dr. Sowell will be offering capstones in the 2019-2020 academic year and going forward.
The Certificate in Cyber Policy will be available beginning in the fall semester 2021. That certificate will encompass courses from the Bush School, the Dwight Look College of Engineering and the Mays Business School.