Education

 

Learning and Leading

Georgia Tech delivers the knowledge you need for any stage of your career – and for any turn that technology takes. We partner with leading technology employers to develop educational modules and courses that are infused with real scenarios and of-the-moment methods. Whether it's a master's degree or a professional certificate, we produce immediate results in today's workplace while preparing you for tomorrow's cybersecurity challenges.

 

The School of Cybersecurity and Privacy

The School of  Cybersecurity  and Privacy  (SCP) is Georgia Institute of Technology’s newest academic unit, as of fall 2020, and in many ways its  most ambitious to date. SCP will meet the needs of new and current students and  develop new programs  even as they build on existing  strengths.  Georgia Tech’s commitment  to  cybersecurity  predates the  term, extending  back more than 20 years  to the Sam Nunn Forum which drew attention to the vulnerabilities of emerging computerized financial systems. In the intervening years, cybersecurity and privacy disciplines have  become more important than ever to prepare and equip future professionals to help keep safe our personal and national interests. 

Professional Education

Stand out with a professional cybersecurity credential from one of the nation's leading research universities. Offerings are designed to build deep knowledge and skills leading to subject matter expertise that you can apply in your workplace for immediate results.

Graduate Degrees

Five graduate degree programs offer focused courses such as applied cryptography, computer network security, mobile communication, and more. On-campus and online options exist from an institution that is consistently ranked among the Top #10 in computer science education nationwide.

 

Informal Learning

The public is invited to attend a weekly Cybersecurity Lecture Series at Georgia Tech, each Friday at Noon during the regular semester. Uncover what cyber leaders at Fortune 500 companies and national labs are doing to protect critical networks. Meet Georgia Tech faculty and students, and preview cyber discoveries ahead of international conferences. These ad hoc learning opportunities introduce you to thought leaders at the edge of innovation.