ATU - Mayo Campus
Cybersecurity Operations - Mayo
Who should apply?
This programme is aimed at IT professionals seeking to upskill/reskill in the domain of cybersecurity
Incident Detection and Response
Programming for Cybersecurity
Applicants require a Level 8 qualification in an IT related discipline.
2 years part-time, blended.
Students can expect 11 weekly contact hours on average. In Year 1, students undertake 3 modules of live and recorded lectures, tutorials and self guided study. Research Methods is self guided requiring approximately 4 hours per week. In Year 2, students undertake a selfguided and supervised Dissertation.
Module content is delivered online with synchronous and asynchronous lectures. There is no mandatory requirement for on-campus attendance. There is an optional 1-day per term on-campus tutorial session providing opportunity to meet and network with class colleagues and lecturers.
Degree - Masters (Level 9 NFQ)