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Secure Our Digital Frontier

Prepare to step into critical roles in national intelligence, global development or cybersecurity by earning a master’s degree at the University of New Hampshire Graduate School. Gain the technical skillset to build smarter information security systems. Become a national intelligence expert known for your analytical acumen. Steward social, economic and political change as a global problem-solver. Today’s security challenges are urgent and multifaceted, which is why our respected and relevant programs are designed for a range of career pathways – and one safer world.

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National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education

UNH is the first institution in New Hampshire to be designated a National Center of Excellence in Cyber Defense Education by the U.S. National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.

What will you study?

UNH Graduate School’s security studies master’s programs are respected by public sector leaders for a reason: our applied courses are designed to meet industry demand for advanced competencies in cyber-defense engineering, national intelligence, information security and global development. You can count on the gold standard of online or flexible graduate education and project-based learning that immerses you in the real-time challenges you’ll face in your field. Whether you’re navigating the digital frontier of homeland security or implementing relief efforts for a humanitarian organization, what you learn by doing at UNH Graduate School will be relevant to your career-goals – and the world you believe in.

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    Alumni Spotlight 

    "The UNH program was the right program for me, as it was focused on cybersecurity policy and risk management at a much deeper level than other programs were able to offer.”

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