Graduate Student and Ph.D. Candidate Opportunities
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs College of Business has received a $3.35 million grant from the U.S. National Security Agency to educate, train and develop faculty in cybersecurity. UCCS will serve as a strategic partner for a consortium of educational institutions to deliver a comprehensive, programmatic approach to cybersecurity faculty development. The grant will provide cybersecurity education to more than 1,500 participants.
There are a limited number of $5,000 scholarships available to graduate students and PhD candidates for the cybersecurity program. The graduate certificate program will prepare students to become cyber practitioners. Students may leverage the certificate to teach cybersecurity courses at colleges and universities.