Bachelor's degree inform. The language of instruction is Czech.
The programme can be studied only as a single subject.
Submission deadline until midnight 29 February 2024.
Do you feel an opportunity in the fast-growing job market of cybersecurity experts? Do you enjoy looking at computer systems "under the skin", learning as much as possible about their nature, properties and behavior? Do you want to know the motivations of cyber-attackers and orient yourself in the legal environment of IT? Do you want to study at a prestigious school featuring its own Cyber Range and cooperating with top companies and leading institutions of the local, national and international level? Then a professional bachelor's program in Cybersecurity is the right choice. This unique multidisciplinary three-year professional Bachelor's study includes a guided professional internship and prepares students to get a job right immediately after graduation while those interested can continue in the follow-up Master's study.
Building a secure information society
During your studies, you will find a professional supervised internship in companies and organizations, where in direct contact with the practice you will learn about the real aspects of operating secure systems and learn to work in multidisciplinary teams.
Facilities of the Faculty of Informatics and Masaryk University with important strategic partners at the national and international level (National Office for Cyber and Information Security) and in the region, companies in the CERIT Science Park of the Faculty of Informatics, industrial partners of the faculty and other entities.
Graduates can get a job as system or network administrator, operators of Security Operations Centers, members of CSIRTs, lower or middle management of cybersecurity, or software engineers of secure IT applications and systems, but also as training workers or assistants to cybersecurity managers.
There is evidence of interest in up to hundreds of thousands of workers capable of performing cyber security professions in Europe. Demand has increased dramatically following the adoption of the European NIS2 Directive on a high level of cybersecurity in the Union with a focus on critical infrastructure. The forthcoming Network Code on Cybersecurity will work similarly. Further demand for security experts can be expected around the regulation of artificial intelligence in the EU.
Students have a pre-defined list of required courses, which are supplemented with selective and elective courses. The student pays full attention to the single field of study chosen.
An example of your study plan:
Detailed information about study plan courses
Those interested can continue in the follow-up Master's study program Management of Software Systems, Services and Cybersecurity at the Faculty of Informatics or other programs.
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