Online M.S. in cybersecurity now enrolling
Our fully online master's degree in cybersecurity lets you learn from experts at the University of Nevada, Reno in a flexible program designed to accommodate your needs.
Education and training
We offer both undergraduate- and graduate-level education programs dedicated to cybersecurity.
Our interdisciplinary faculty tackle cybersecurity through a range of lenses, ranging from the technical to the social.
Our annual conference brings together industry leaders and cybersecurity experts to focus on shared solutions.
University earns designation as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE-CD)
The College of Engineering Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering with a Minor in Cybersecurity degree program earns prestigious CAE-CD designation from the NSA and the DHS.
“The designation is a recognition of the program that we have put in place over the years,” Lecturer and Deputy Director of the Cybersecurity Center Nancy LaTourrette said. “It has been a department-wide effort, but it is more than that. It required the support of faculty in eight disciplines across campus, as well as strong support from University administration.”
Opportunities for students in CAE-CD institutions
With a CAE-CD designation, we are able to offer our students exclusive opportunities for career development and education. Check back often for new opportunities.
NSA Cybersecurity is changing the cybersecurity game. Our directorate is charged with preventing and eradicating cyberthreats to National Security Systems, the Department of Defense, the Defense Industrial Base, weapons systems, and more.
You have the opportunity to be a part of this diverse team of problem solvers. We collaborate across industry and government in classified and unclassified spaces, working at cyberspeed to secure our Nation.
Learn more about us.
If you enjoy creatively solving hard cyber problems, NSA Cybersecurity is the place for you. Check out our job openings:
When applying remember to include relevant coursework, projects, clubs and any tools and languages learned in your STEM studies.
The 5th annual National Cybersecurity Virtual Career Fair, sponsored by National Cybersecurity Training and Education (NCyTE) Center and the CAE in Cybersecurity Community, is right around the corner. The career fair brings together students and alumni from over 300 institutions across the Nation designated as Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity with employers offering internships, temporary, part-time, and full-time employment.
Participants come from a variety of disciplines, including cybersecurity, security studies, computer science, engineering, math, physics, and project management. Students from CAEs in Research (CAE-R), Cyber Defense (CAE-CD), and Cyber Operations (CAE-CO) are invited to participate for free. Students and alumni can submit resumes before the virtual career fair begins to allow employers to view resumes before the career fair. Students can participate in workshops leading up to the National Cybersecurity Virtual Career Fair to help them build their resume and interview skills
This year, the National Cybersecurity Virtual Career Fair will take place on September 17th, 2021, from 9am to 1pm PT.
Our mission is to master the challenge of cybersecurity by bringing together cross-disciplinary teams to work in synchrony, examining each problem through disciplinary lenses and seeking solutions that incorporate societal, technical, ethical, political and economic considerations. The Cybersecurity Center will provide educational and research opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students that will prepare them to pursue careers in cybersecurity and related fields.
University faculty receive international grant to train journalists and students on fact-checking
Nevada Cyber Club coach Bill Doherty reflects on a semester that saw the Club excel in competition and field an all-women team.
Carolyn Hughes will serve on a national committee to determine cybersecurity education standards, thanks to a University of Nevada, Reno cybersecurity Research Experience for Teachers program