Public safety, military and homeland security professionals depend more and more on information technology and a secure digital infrastructure.
We are delighted to share a 10% tuition-offset opportunity with customers and employees of the International Scholarship & Tuition Services, Inc.
Consequently, the demand for strategic cybersecurity experts with the necessary understanding of policy and procedure is growing rapidly. Rise to the challenge and learn the mission-critical skills to secure your organization’s infrastructure. Whether you are in information management or information security, this program is for you.
Learn from Experts in the Field
This program was developed for working professionals from the military, homeland security and private sectors who want to gain the expertise to address current and emerging challenges in cyber space. You will learn strategies and practices that will empower you to manage critical information in the fight against hackers, terrorists, and cyber criminals. This program will also enhance the cybersecurity leadership skills of current homeland security and criminal justice professionals, preparing the next generation of strategic leaders who work to secure the country’s digital infrastructure.
Learn from experts in the fields of cybersecurity and information management who bring first-hand experience to the classroom.
The curriculum has a focus on policy, practical experience and strategic application of knowledge.
The program was designed in consultation with the Department of Homeland Security, the Integrated Justice Information Systems Institute, experts in law enforcement and the military, and key private organizations working in the fields of cybersecurity and information management.
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*Offer Details: Candidate must identify himself/herself to admissions advisor as a customer or employee of the International Scholarship & Tuition Services, Inc. Once launched, the offer is available only to new enrollees, not existing students. Funds are not payable directly to the student. Funds to be applied equally for each term. Funds cannot be applied to books or other expenses, including fees. Financial aid awards will need to be adjusted to eliminate any “overaward” so that the total financial aid assistance does not exceed the cost of attendance for the award period as defined by the Office of Financial Aid. With the exception of a GW approved leave of absence, continuous enrollment is required. Tuition-offset recipients who withdraw or are dropped from the program are not eligible to receive the funding; those students who re-apply are not eligible for the tuition-offset. Students forfeit their tuition-offset if they do not maintain satisfactory academic progress or if they separate from the institution. Tuition-offset opportunity is available for students starting in 2017. We reserve the right to terminate this promotion at any time. The decision of the George Washington University admissions review committee to admit a particular student is final.