MC159 - Master of Cyber Security

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Plan: MC159 - Master of Applied Science (Information Security and Assurance)
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will:

1) International Orientation and Strategic Thinking

  • Demonstrate a strategic and practical overview of complex issues in information security and assurance.

2) Critical Analysis and Problem Solving

  • Evaluate information security risks across diverse service settings including the Internet and WWW based commerce systems, high bandwidth digital communications and funds transfer services,
  • Undertake professional careers or postgraduate research in information security or other IT related fields, acquiring the required information needed to identify real world solutions to real world information security problems.

3) Communication

  • Communicate effectively both technical and non-technical material in a range of forms (written, electronic, graphic, oral) and to tailor the style and means of communication to different audiences.

4) Ethical Values

  • Demonstrate an advanced ability to appreciate the ethical considerations that inform judgments and decision making in academic and professional settings.

5) Self-Management, Teamwork and Leadership

  • Work autonomously and effectively within and potentially as a leader of an interdisciplinary team.
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