The Cybersecurity Center maintains grant sponsored cyber programs at CSUSB. We are a sponsored programs office, NOT a degree program advising center.
Dr Coulson is available to speak with students during his office hours. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
No, CSUSB does not offer PhD or online degree programs. Some courses are offered as online courses, but there is no online degree program.
The CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service application opens in March and is due in April.
No. The Cybersecurity Center does not provide students or faculty for private tutoring.
No, the Cybersecurity Center does not advise students on classes. You must contact the Information and Decision Sciences Office (JB 460) for advising.
CSUSB works with the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio to admit students into the program. The program opens each spring for applications. Official dates will be listed on our events calendar.
The Cybersecurity Center hires cybersecurity students to help us meet the goals of our grants. Typically, the center will put out a call for employment, review the student applications, and select the best student for the job.
The number of scholarship students into the CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service program varies every year. We typically accept anywhere from seven to ten students.
The Cybersecurity Center does NOT employ graduate assistants. If you would like to be a graduate assistant, you must contact the MBA office in JB 281 or visit the department office in room JB 460.
Facebook Cybersecurity University is offered during Fall and Spring semester. This is subject to change so it is best to contact the office.
The DoD Cybersecurity Scholarship Program opens in late December or early January and is due in February.
CSUSB does decide whether or not a student is accepted into the DoD Cybersecurity Scholarship Program. CSUSB reviews all student applications and sends our top nominations to the Department of Defense for selection.
No, the design of the certificate program is similar to a minor. An example of this would be majoring in Computer Science and getting a certificate in Cybersecurity.