Developed, fully taught and awarded by the University of Warwick, UK.
- Understand the cyber threat landscape and how a cyber incident may evolve
- Appreciate the strategic development and implementation of cyber security within an organisation
- Learn key technologies to defend and protect organisational infrastructure from threats and attacks such as encryption, intrusion detection, penetration testing, access control, digital forensics and investigation, risk management, security governance and network security
- Gain the ability to apply cyber security in a consultancy, strategic, business or management
This programme, available in full-time and part-time study, is designed to develop strategic thinkers who understand the threat, can manage resources, implement solutions, and can effectively communicate these to senior decision makers in order to support the strategic growth of a business.
The programme is targeted at suitably qualified applicants working or intending to work in the IT security industry. Qualifications in engineering, IT or scientific discipline may be considered. Candidates with business degrees should have suitable IT coverage within their degree. Any candidate from any background with suitable IT grounding may also be considered.
Your degree certificate from the University of Warwick is identical to those awarded in the UK.
Five reasons to choose Warwick’s Cyber Security and Management
WMG Cyber Security Centre
The WMG Cyber Security Centre (CSC) team at the University of Warwick conducts research into the nature of the cyber environment and the protection of the human experience within it. This arises from the increasing dependency on digital systems in the manufactured environment including vehicle control systems, building management systems, smart city infrastructure, industrial control and medical devices.
CSC focuses on transformative and innovative solutions for governments, industry and society. This is delivered through multi-disciplinary research capabilities from the technical and behavioural (culture, cognition and communication) aspects of cyber security. The key themes of research lie mainly in the following four pillars of activity: Intelligent Transport Systems, Future Cities, Defence and Cyber Crime, and Systems and Society (including Digital Health).
Quick Fact: Graduate Employability
The University of Warwick is the third most frequently targeted university among UK’s top employers (The Graduate Market in 2020, High Fliers Research).
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Course Start Date & End Date
Part-time – March 2021 Intake
13 Mar 2021 – 28 Feb 2023
Date & period is subject to change by the University.
Programme fee: S$35,952.00
The fee above is valid for part-time March 2021 intake. All fees are inclusive of prevailing GST and are payable before term/module commencement (exclude textbooks).