As the internet is now available everywhere, businesses must be guaranteed strict network security to protect personal and corporate information by detecting, blocking and responding to attacks. The international CMU Network Security program teaches network protocol security vulnerabilities and additional protocols for network communications, and how to respond to network attacks. The CMU program is offered in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University, one of the leading universities in information technology in the US.
DTU’s highly qualified lecturers are trained directly at CMU in networking and teaching skills. In addition, DTU invites renowned professors from CMU to teach specialized topics and provide the latest information, using the best learning techniques available.
At the end of the course, 18 to 22 course-completion certificates, internationally recognized by CMU, will be awarded. First and second year students can choose to continue studying for a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology at Seattle University or for a Master’s Degree in IT at CMU on graduation. The collaboration with CMU has been a great turning point in the education of network professionals who meet international standards.
- Computer network engineer or wireless network engineer
- Network administration and architecture
- Technical engineer
- Data security analyst
- System security administrator
- Network security administrator or engineer.