Albany Law School’s
Master of Science in Legal Studies Specialization in Cybersecurity and Data Privacy is designed for anyone with a desire or a need to learn more about the legal and policy implications of cybersecurity and data privacy. The program features professors and practitioners with unique expertise in information security, data privacy, cybercrime, and intellectual property.
The online program provides working professionals, as well as traditional students, a flexible schedule to advance career goals in cybersecurity and data privacy. Each student will have a customized curricula that draws upon the law school’s
Innovation and Entrepreneurship Pathway.
Students earn the master’s degree in one year of full-time study or over a longer period of part-time study.
Albany Law School offers a number of courses in cybersecurity and data protection as part of its
Master of Science in Legal Studies Specialization in Cybersecurity and Data Privacy*:
Introduction to Law and Lawyering (2 credits)
Cybersecurity & Supply Chain Management (3)
Law Firm Cybersecurity (3)*
Special Topics in Cybersecurity and Data Protection (3)
Independent Study in Cybersecurity and Data Protection (3)
Below is an example of how the 30 credits could be completed within 2 years:
|2017 Fall||2018 Spring||2018 Summer||2018 Fall||2019 Spring||2019 Summer|
|Technology, Privacy & the Law (3)||Cyberspace Law (3)||Global Data Protection Law (3)||Multimedia Forensics (3)||Special Topics||Law Firm Cybersecurity (3)|
|Cybersecurity Law & Policy (3)||Cyber Crime & Digital Evidence (3)||Cyber War & Cyber Terrorism (3)||Independent Study (3)|
Intro to Law & Lawyering (2)§|
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