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Earn your bachelor’s and master’s degree for less cost in less time while earning 9 credits that apply to both degrees at the undergraduate tuition rate.
The joint Bachelor’s to Master’s Program in Cybersecurity enables students to earn 9 graduate credits (at the undergraduate rate) that can apply to both their bachelor’s and a master’s degree in cybersecurity at the Thomas Edison State University.
Students enrolled in the joint Bachelor’s to Master’s Program in Cybersecurity take the following graduate courses as an undergraduate student:
To earn a total of 9 credits that can be applied to the Master of Science in Cybersecurity, students enrolled in Bachelor’s to Master’s Program in Cybersecurity at TESU need to take the above graduate courses as substitute courses for the following undergraduate courses:
If you are a current student, contact the Office of Academic Advising at (609) 777-5696 or email@example.com to determine your eligibility for the program and begin planning your degree.
If you are an applicant or a prospective student, contact the Office of Admissions and Enrollment Services at (609) 777-5680 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants who meet the above requirements and are interested in the Bachelor’s to Master program will complete the dedicated BTM Application. Additionally, applicants to the Bachelor’s to Master’s program are subject to the admission requirements of the Bachelor's to Master's Program, which includes the admission requirements of the University's graduate programs, and includes submitting supplemental documentation along with their application.
Dr. Amjad Ali, associate dean of the School of Applied Science and Technology, oversees our cybersecurity programs. Ali has made significant contributions to the development and launch of major cybersecurity programs and has an extensive background as a technology consultant to both public and private sector organizations.
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