The Center for Security Studies is designated by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security as a National Center for Academic Excellence in Information Assurance and Cybersecurity Education.

At present, CSS has produced more than 4,000 cyber security graduates, with more than 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled. In 2013, the university received $250 million in Department of Defense funding to train military personnel and veterans around the world in cyber security and other much-needed areas.

CSS provides educational resources, research activities, networking opportunities, and career training opportunities for working adults pursuing security studies, and works with industry and government to meet the cyber security and homeland security needs of our nation.

Fellowship Opportunity

CSS is seeking highly qualified candidates for the Cybersecurity Advanced Degree Fellowship program. Candidates should be interested in research and in teaching cybersecurity and digital forensics. If you are interested, make sure to read the instructions before you fill out and submit your application. The application will remain open until CADF candidates are selected.

About the Center for Security Studies at UMUC

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Learn More About Cyber Security at UMUC

With innovative online cyber security degrees, industry connections, and an award-winning competition team, UMUC is a leading name in cyber security education. Explore cyber security at UMUC in the Prospective Students section.