Admission and Financial Aid

Most of our students have an undergraduate degree or professional experience in areas like information science, information technology, databases, computer science, and other technology fields. Program prerequisites include a minimum of one serious computer networking or computer security course with a grade of B or better.

Making a career change? We’ve developed an accelerated Networking Fundamentals course for applicants who do not have prior coursework or experience, or who want to brush up before the program starts. The next Networking Fundamentals course will be offered in April and June, 2020. For more information, contact an admissions director at gradschool@yu.edu.

The Katz School also recognizes NYU's Bridge to Tandon program as satisfying the computer networking requirements for the MS in Cybersecurity. To learn more visit: NYU Tandon Bridge.

Application Requirements

Candidates must possess a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and must submit the following items:

  • Online application
  • Transcripts from all colleges or universities attended
  • Personal statement detailing your career goals and interest in the program
  • Two academic or professional recommendation letters
  • $55 application fee
  • TOEFL or IELTS scores (for candidates whose bachelor's degrees were earned at a non-English-speaking institution)

If you have questions about your qualifications, make an appointment with an admissions director. We can discuss your background and do a preliminary transcript review.

For up-to-date application deadlines, visit the Graduate Admissions page: https://www.yu.edu/katz/admissions/grad-admissions/deadlines-notifications.

This course will provide students with the knowledge to:

  • Design and implement functional networks
  • Configure, manage, and maintain essential network devices
  • Use devices such as switches and routers to segment network traffic and create resilient networks
  • Identify benefits and drawbacks of existing network configurations
  • Implement network security, standards, and protocols
  • Troubleshoot network problems
  • Support the creation of virtualized networks 

For more information, contact an admissions director at gradschool@yu.edu.

CompTIA Network+ Certification
CompTIA

In addition to providing the prerequisite knowledge for the MS in Cybersecurity program, the Networking Fundamentals course will prepare students for the CompTIA Network+ Certification, granted by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA).

 

At Yeshiva University’s Katz School of Science and Health, our students help make communities smarter, safer and healthier. That’s why we’re proud to announce the creation of the Bright Futures scholarship program. For $25,000, you can begin your degree in Cybersecurity this coming Fall 2020 or Spring 2021 semester.

As a Bright Futures scholar, you’ll be part of the next generation of scientists and technologists shaping the high-technology industry, and the world, for years to come. To learn more about the scholarship, including eligibility criteria and FAQs, visit Bright Futures or schedule an appointment with one or our admissions directors.

All applicants are automatically considered for scholarships. You do not need to submit any additional information. Scholarship awards are determined during the application review process.

Please schedule an appointment with an admissions director if you have questions about financial aid opportunities and financing your graduate degree. We can do a preliminary transcript review and discuss your admissions and financing options with The Katz School.

The Office of Student Finance maintains current tuition and fees for all graduate programs: https://www.yu.edu/osf/tuition-fees/cybersecurity.

Jared Hakimi
Director of Graduate Recruitment and Admissions

Email: jared.hakimi@yu.edu
Office: 646-592-4722
Cell/WhatsApp/WeChat: 646-899-1811
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