If you’re challenged and intrigued by complex problem solving, a career in security and assurance may be what you’re looking for. The complexity of today’s society has created new vulnerabilities and threats to information systems.
Embry-Riddle Worldwide offers an M.S. in Information Security and Assurance that will teach you how to develop, coordinate, and protect information and knowledge resources.
Master of Science in Information Security and Assurance
The road to your M.S. in Safety and Assurance starts here. To take the next step toward your degree, see what student life is like at our Worldwide Campus.
With a system that leverages online and face-to-face instruction and a network of education facilities designed to support student advancement both in the U.S. and abroad, you can learn when and where you choose. Connect with fellow students and faculty via chats, blogs, and conferencing. And share your experiences as you apply what you learn in the workplace.
Leverage the ERAU network of expert faculty, fellow students, and alumni to propel your career. If you happen to need any career guidance or administrative help, you can always pop in to a local ERAU campus.
The M.S. in Information Security and Assurance degree program at ERAU is unique in its focus on business and organizational life in the Information Age.
You’ll strengthen your grasp of the information systems that modern businesses and organizations rely on and discuss the risks that bad data, faulty design, improper use, and hostile action can present to organizations.
This program is taught from three key perspectives — enterprise (system-of-systems view of organizations), knowledge management, and quality management — to provide a well-rounded foundation in business and security assurance.
Learn from experienced faculty who hold terminal degrees and are experts in their field. Classmates who relate firsthand professional experiences will enhance the learning environment.
And with our online educational opportunities and a network of education facilities designed to support student advancement in the U.S. and abroad, students have the flexibility to learn at a campus near them or even in their own home.
Each year, global businesses lose an estimated $100 billion to cybercrime. Some estimate that, coupled with the cost of bad data and bad decisions, this amount could be increased tenfold. With these dramatic financial losses comes an industry need for skilled safety assurance professionals.
Information Security and Assurance graduates are in-demand candidates for careers in the following professions: