The Master of Information and Cybersecurity (MICS) consists of 27 units of course work and is designed to be completed in 20 months (five terms). Courses are 3 units each and divided into foundation courses, advanced courses, and a capstone. You will also attend an immersion on the UC Berkeley campus, or other locations relevant to cybersecurity.
“Our cybersecurity program is deliberately multi-disciplinary. We want you to think about these problems from many lenses, not just the technical lens.”
Chris Hoofnagle, Adjunct Professor at the UC Berkeley School of Information and School of Law
Students will complete 9 units (three courses) of foundation work:
Students will complete at least 15 units (five courses) of advanced course work. This must include at least one course that fulfills the System Security requirement — either Network Security or Operating System Security.