George Washington University Online Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity Policy & Compliance

  • District of Columbia

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2121 Eye Street, NW
Washington
District of Columbia
20052
United States

About Us

The George Washington University was founded in 1821 to honor its namesake. Since then, it has become the largest university in the D.C. metropolitan area, deeply interwoven with the culture and industries of the city. GW is committed to supporting online students as they pursue their education and welcoming them to the GW academic community.


The online Master of Engineering in cybersecurity policy and compliance at GW is designed for students who are working professionals—blending live class sessions with coursework developed by our award-winning faculty that can be completed around other obligations. Students who are employed full-time will be able to apply the skills they learn on the job as they complete their online cybersecurity courses.


Data protection is a top priority for government agencies, private businesses, and nonprofit organizations alike. Those looking to pursue a career in cybersecurity leadership are filling a high-demand role in a rapidly changing industry. The market for careers in cybersecurity is projected to expand to $170 billion by 2020—an increase of more than 200%.


Our online graduate degree program in cybersecurity policy and compliance has no additional fees, and required textbooks and software are included in the price of tuition, which is among the most competitively priced in the nation. There are five opportunities to begin the program each year.


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