iCollege Partnership Program: Cyber-Leadership (Cyber-L) Certificate

Graduates of the iCollege Cyber-Leaderhip (Cyber-L) certificate may transfer 18 credits toward UMUC's Master of Science in Cybersecurity Policy.

  • CSEC 620 Human Aspects in Cybersecurity: Ethics, Legal Issues and Psychology (6)
  • CSEC 635 National Cybersecurity Policy and Law (6)
  • CSEC 655 Global Cybersecurity (6)

Please see the MS in Cybersecurity Policy program page for complete course and program descriptions.

General Program Information

For general transfer credit guidelines and partnership information for each of these iCollege programs, see the iCollege program and transfer requirements.

A "full load" is two courses in fall and one course in the abbreviated summer semester.

Applying to UMUC

Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP)

A special scholarship could fully fund your UMUC graduate program. The U.S. Department of Defense is offering the Information Assurance Scholarship Program (IASP) for students who want to pursue fields related to information assurance. UMUC is supporting this program through its Center for Security Studies (CSS). If you are planning to focus your studies on information assurance you may be eligible for this scholarship.

For information about the IASP scholarship, contact Amjad Ali from the UMUC CSS at aali@umuc.edu, or Gilliam E. Duval from NDU at duvalg@ndu.edu.

Contact Information

Military Support Services
240-684-2574