Do you still have questions about the Lewis University Online Master's in Information Security? Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
No. Students with unrelated undergraduate degrees must simply take two additional foundation courses to get them up to speed.
No. While many do, a sizeable number of our students in this program are preparing for a career change.
Online courses are offered in 8-week sessions.
If you take just one 8-week course each session it will take about two years. Some students take a blend of courses and complete requirements in just 18 months. Others may need to skip a session due to home, family, and job commitments. Because the courses are offered in an accelerated format, on a year-round basis, they accommodate students who wish to enroll continuously, as well as those who need to take courses at a slower pace. There is a seven-year limit on the time a student may take to complete the program.
No. We offer a rolling admission into the program. You can start the program five times a year: January, March, June, August, and October.
Absolutely. The technical track courses are specifically designed to convey skills and techniques on a variety of computing platforms. The management track courses utilize real life case studies, drawn from actual business scenarios, to give students the best practice possible.
We do not confer professional certifications directly, as our aim is to provide you an opportunity to earn a graduate degree. However, our curriculum meshes well with the highly regarded CISSP certification, and the two required seminars offer training courses to prepare students to take that exam.
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