Step 1: Successful completion of the following three ICSI certifications:
Certified Penetration Tester
CDFE Certified Digital Forensics Examiner
CIL Certified ISO 27001 Lead Implementer60 Credits
Step 2: Successful completion of the three University modules:
Crtitical Analysis (20 Credits)
Cyber warfare (20 Credits)
Cyber Defence (20 Credits)
Step 3: Final MSc Project
MSc Project (60 Credits)
Accredited University Degree
Full Time & Part Time options
Flexible payment plans available
University of Central Lancashire’s registration fee will be waived for students who complete all three ICSI certificates and continue with UCLAN’s full MSc programme.
What are the entry requirements?
High school certificate
BA degree and transcripts
English qualification (if applicable
1 reference letter
Professionals with five years’ work experience in a relevant field will also be considered subject to an interview from the Head of School of the program
What are the stages of the MSc Program?
1. Successful completion of the three ICSI Cybersecurity course certifications
2. Registration for MSc programme
3. Top-up assessment to qualify for continued study as per UCLAN’s academic programme
4. Successful completion of 3 University modules:
5. Successful completion of the University Final MSc Project
Is this an online program?
The MSc in Cybersecurity can can be completed entirely online.
In which UCLAN Campus is the online program delivered?
The program is delivered at the UCLan Cyprus campus, upon completion of studies at UCLan Cyprus will result in a Double Degree (two MSc Cyber Security certificates) from the two Universities, UCLan Cyprus and UCLan UK recognized in EU and worldwide.
What is the cost of the MSc Cybersecurity?
Price is *EUR 5,330 payable in installments.
*Price is not including the cost of the MasterPath Certificate in Cybersecurity