Groups or individuals can amplify their career performance through certificate courses. With an approval rating of 96%, Georgia Tech Professional Education is a reputable source of continuing education that follows accepted criteria and guidelines established by the Georgia Board of Regents and international standards, such as The International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
Twelve degree pathways allow students at any stage to pursue a cybersecurity career, while five graduate programs offer focused courses such as applied cryptography, high-performance computing, computer network security, or personal and 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.
Those who aren't enrolled still can learn from Georgia Tech via the free and open-to-the-public Cybersecurity Lecture Series, held each Friday at Noon during the regular semester. Meet distinguished research scientists in the fields of information security, privacy and policy who visit Georgia Tech to share their insight; hear from faculty and students about new work, and preview research ahead of international conferences. These ad hoc learning opportunities are perfect for individuals or teams who want to hear first-hand from thought leaders at the edge of innovation.