Technical Master of Business Administration in Cybersecurity
Earn a technical master of business administration in cybersecurity, become a metrics-driven leader
This excerpt from a 2015 Burning Glass Technologies report, highlights the need for a technical master of business administration in cybersecurity degree:
“The hardest-to-fill cybersecurity jobs call for financial skills, such as accounting or knowledge of regulations associated with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, alongside traditional networking and IT security skills. Because finance and IT skills are rarely trained for together, there is a skills gap for workers who meet the requirements of the ‘hybrid jobs.’”
Our TMBA in Cybersecurity will teach you to analyze patterns, employ powerful technological tools and drive business decisions in the cybersecurity field.
Our location is a magnet for top faculty
The Baltimore/Washington area has one of the largest concentrations of high-tech companies, defense contractors, and government agencies. Since many of our faculty are currently working in cybersecurity, you’re taught up-to-date strategies and best practices from the world’s top practitioners.
Our long history in cybersecurity education
Since 2003, our cybersecurity programs have been recognized by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.
Our classes are comprised of like-minded peers
Through collaboration with other students, you’ll learn skills and techniques in class that you can apply on the job immediately.
Capitol Tech Opportunities
You’ll work with a faculty member to develop a major project-based research paper that draws on prior coursework and your personal experiences.
Dr. William Butler
Chair, Cyber and Information Security, Director, Critical Infrastructures and Cyber Protection Center (CICPC)
Bill Butler is currently Director, Critical Infrastructures and Cyber Protection Center (CICPC) at Capitol Technology University. Prior to this appointment in 2013 Bill worked in the networking and IT industries as a network engineer and consultant for over 20 years. Bill also served as a joint qualified communications information systems officer in the U.S. Marine Corps and retired as a Colonel with 30 years of service (active and reserve). Bill holds a Doctorate in cybersecurity earned from Capitol focusing on preserving cellphone privacy and countering illegal cell towers (IMSI catchers).
Dr. Jason Pittman
Jason Pittman draws on his previous experiences as a network engineer, security architect and software developer to make the cybersecurity courses he teaches come alive for his students.
Our graduates have been hired by various small contractors, plus large organizations such as:
Market Demand for Cybersecurity
Get the advanced education needed to become a business cybersecurity manager, information security analyst or a business management/cyber analyst
Generally, to apply to a graduate degree program, you should have completed a bachelor's degree or be completing a bachelor's degree prior to enrollment and should have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average or higher.
Some master of science programs have additional technical competency requirements.
Tuition & Fees
Tuition rates are subject to change without notice.
The following rates are in effect for the 2018-2019 academic year, beginning in Fall 2018 and continuing through Summer 2019:
- The per credit charge for graduate courses:
- Online or satellite campus (per credit) - $603, plus fees (information technology and other applicable fees)
- Independent study (per credit) - $839, plus fees (information technology and other applicable fees)
- The active duty military tuition rate is $350 per credit, plus fees
- There is no charge for online application, $40 fee for paper application