MS in Cybersecurity and Public Policy

Adam Segal, Council on Foreign Relations, speaking at the 2019 Student Symposium in Cybersecurity

Demand for master’s-level cybersecurity professionals increased seven times over between 2013 and 2017, and a recent study projected a further increase of 28% over the next decade. Prepare for a long and successful career with an MS in Cybersecurity and Public Policy from Tufts University.

Graduates will be able to help organizations protect their data, identify and manage cyber risk, and recover from cyber-attacks. Potential positions for graduates of the program include policy advocate for a civil society organization; a staffer in agencies and legislative bodies concerned with privacy or cybersecurity policy; a threat detection analyst in the private sector; a policy analyst at a think tank; or a policy officer in global private industry.

Earn your degree in an innovative on-campus master’s program offered jointly by The Fletcher School and the Department of Computer Science in the School of Engineering. This program marries technology and policy with a focus on international issues and responses, including a wide range of in-depth cybersecurity policy focus areas that range from development to national security.