The Master of Science in National Security, currently offered on Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico, gives students the unique opportunity to study National Security through the University of New Haven - a national leader in the field.
The program prepares and provides our students with the necessary skills that are, and continue to be, needed in the National Security sector.
The National Security program provides students with an understanding of the fundamental principles and framework within homeland security, national security, international security, computer fraud, government policy, and terrorism.
We cater to working professionals with a convenient schedule: we operate on a 13-week trimester schedule, with an 8-week summer session.
Students can choose from two 36-credit Master of Science programs: M.S. in National Security, as well as M.S. in National Security with a concentration in Information Protection.
For students who do not wish to pursue a full master's degree, we offer three 12-credit certificates: National Security, National Security Information Protection, and National Security Administration.
The concentration in Information Protection provides students with a unique approach to issues of cyber terrorism, cyber intelligence, cyber security, and information systems protection and management.
Information protection is a proactive field that teaches students methods and techniques of protecting information systems. Students in the Information Protection and Security concentration learn about network security, data protection, telecommunication, information systems threats/attacks/defenses, cyber-warfare, and cyber risk management.
With the ever-increasing numbers of online threats and internet connectivity, it is important for our students to acquire and practice these skills within information protection. In this curriculum, students are given hands-on experience with well known programs and systems in the field such as Forensic Toolkit (FTK), EnCase, WireShark, TCPDump, and various computer operating systems.