The Information Security Management concentration equips students at the University at Buffalo with a comprehensive understanding of the many facets of information security. The program provides coursework giving a broad overview of the interdisciplinary aspects of information assurance as well as specialized training with respect to a chosen discipline. Students take courses in database management, electronic commerce, networking and systems analysis and in topics such as finance, statistics, operations, intellectual property and fraud examination.
MBA with ISM
At present, there are four disciplines participating in the program: Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), the School of Management, Mathematics (MTH) and the Law School (LAW). The university-issued Information Security Management certificate provides recognition of this training earned by students. Graduates enter the federal work force and industries with an expertise in ISM.