Graduate Programs

The Masters degree program in Cybersecurity is designed to increase the number of well experienced security professionals who are focused on solving the nations problems. Students will receive both theoretical and practical training that will help them use critical thinking and communication skills necessary for the cybersecurity field. Graduates will be expected to apply their knowledge when defending against cyber threats directed to the USA. While providing cybersecurity services to US agencies and organizations, students will also be trained to defend cyber attacks and to use digital forensics to identify attackers. 

The Department of Computer Science at Norfolk State University is over seen by Dr. Aurelia T. Williams.

Dr. Aurelia T. Williams
Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science
Chairwoman, Department of Computer Science
Norfolk State University
700 Park Ave.,
Norfolk, VA 23504,
Phone: (757) 823-8579
Fax: (757) 823-9054

Norfolk University

Vice President Joe Biden visited NSU to announce a $25 million cybersecurity education effort and workforce initiative.