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Artificial intelligence is an exponentially growing field in the computer science and technology industry. To take advantage of that growth, Webster University offers the Master of Science in Cybersecurity with an Emphasis in Artificial Intelligence degree. The program expands on students' pre-existing cybersecurity and computer science knowledge and will introduce Python and Deep Learning, exploring the many ways in which artificial intelligence can provide support to multiple disciplines.


Program Spotlight



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Text on screen: James Curtis, PhD, Chair, Computer and Information Sciences Department

James Curtis: Our program is one of the most unique programs in the United States. Very few schools have three different master's degrees in cybersecurity, or data analytics, or any of them. But in this particular one, we have three different cybersecurity degrees.

First one is our Master of Science in Cybersecurity Operations, and it's for people who are in the operations area of cybersecurity management leadership.


The other two degrees are very unique. The first one is the Master of Science in Cybersecurity, with an Emphasis in Artificial Intelligence.

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The program is very tailored toward merging artificial intelligence, machine learning and cybersecurity, which is really a unique kind of field that we're moving into as technology advances. The other degree is the Master of Science and Cybersecurity, with an Emphasis in Data Analytics.

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We've taken those two disciplines and really made them complement, putting them together.

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Maoting Z.: Webster was the first few schools that started a cybersecurity program, and I do prefer to learn from the school who started the program first, ‘cause they have more experience.

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Curtis: For all three of our master's degrees, we offer multi-modality. We offer online, on ground, web net plus or a mix.

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Maoting: The thing about having online classes is you can manage your time, right? You know, things do happen like, you do get sick. You do have emergencies.

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Curtis: People travel a lot, shouldn’t-shouldn't be worried about enrolling because we can get to them wherever they are.

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One of the things about being in the discipline of cybersecurity is the fact that we always change. Our curriculum is never the same.

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As a matter of fact, I don't remember ever having a curriculum from one semester to the next that was the same. As the new threats evolve, we-we respond, we develop new capabilities. We have to teach our students that.

Maoting: I do feel like how Webster teaches us is definitely lead us to success.

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They show us more than one way of how to solve the problem and how people think about the problem in cybersecurity.

Curtis: One of the things we're very proud of is our adjunct instructor cadre.

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We have teachers that come from government, military, FBI, police departments.

Maoting: They have a different perspective, because they have working different companies, different fields.

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So when we ask some general question about internship, about “how do I apply for a job?” I would just email my professors, and they always give me answers and support me.

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Curtis: I think that Webster's programs and what we offer our students, no one comes close to what we do from the standpoint of quality, flexibility and capability.

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Alexandria McCuien

“There’s something for everybody at Webster. Anyone can find their niche. This gave me a great sense of belonging.”

Alexandria McCuien
Alexandria McCuien

BS in Computer Science, '10, MBA, '15, MS in Cybersecurity, '18

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Endless Opportunities

In the computer science and technology field, Webster University offers a wide variety of options for students interested in cybersecurity. There are both undergraduate and graduate programs available, as well as certificates.

Webster's School of Business & Technology also boasts its top-notch UNCOMN Cybersecurity Center, which promotes cyber-learning for all students.

Cybersecurity Resources

Protecting computer systems and networks from information disclosure, theft of or damage, as well as disruption or misdirection of services is a major concern in today's environment. Discover more resources that will help complement your academic progress in Cybersecurity.

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