Master of Arts in Management with an emphasis in
Cybersecurity (MAM-CYBER)


These business foundations, perspectives, professional skills, and specialized knowledge courses are available to students in the program. To view the official curriculum requirements and course descriptions for the MAM-CYBER degree, visit the online Graduate Catalog (link pending).

Business Foundations Knowledge (27 credits)

BUS 6110         Macroeconomics for Managers (3)
BUS 6120         Managerial Finance (3)
BUS 6130         Financial Accounting (3)
BUS 6132         Managerial Accounting (3)
BUS 6140         Legal Environment of Business (3)
BUS 6150         Managerial Marketing (3)
BUS 6164         Operations Management (3)
BUS 6170         Information Systems Management (3)
BUS 6171         Statistics for Business Decisions (3)

Perspectives (6 credits)

BUS 6201     Christian Faith, Values, Ethics, and the Marketplace (3)
BUS 6202     Business Ethics: Current Issues and Moral Leadership (3)

Skills (6 credits)

BUS 6260     Managerial Communication (3)
BUS 6266     Leadership in Organizations (3)

Specialized Cybersecurity Knowledge (15 credits)

ISM 6331 
Information Systems Security 
ISM 6332   Information Security Risk Management 
ISM 6333  Cyber Security and Disaster Response 
ISM 6334  Cyber Crime Investigation and Digital Forensics 
ISM 6336    
Cyber Security, Business and Public Policy 

*Certain BUS 5xxx-level in data analytics coursework from SPU may be applied. 

Approved Professional Designation Exam.
Substitute additional BUS or ISM elective credits for waived 61xx credits by prior approval as needed to reach a minimum of 45 credits (0-15).

Application (3 credits)

BUS 6939     Management Consulting Practicum (3)

MA Program Contact

Jackqueline Miller

Graduate Program Director
EdD, Seattle University

Phone: 206-281-2753
Office: McKenna Hall 222